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Can imapsync migrate calendar and contacts from Zimbra to Exchange 2010?

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I tested migration of emails to exchange 2010, but caledar and contacts are not sync. Can imapsync migrate calendar and contacts from Zimbra to Exchange 2010?

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We've completed almost 300 migrations from Zimbra to Exchange 2010 and the only way we've found to migrate the Calendar and Contacts properly was to use the Outlook plugin available with the paid version of Zimbra, exporting these two for each user to PST.
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