I'm trying to understand why Zimbra OS edition supports things like Fedora Core 5? The latest version of Fedora is Fedora 7 and they don't even release security updates for anything before 6.
Why does Zimbra waste its time releasing code for an operating system that is already EOL, like 5 or 4? If you are going to have Fedora support, shouldn't it be something that is supported by the Fedora community itself? Basically what you are telling me, is choose between running the FC5 build on F7 (not recommended), or running the FC5 build on an OS full of unpatched security holes, FC5 (not recommended).
What is the point? It's almost the same situation with the fact that we have to run outdated ClamAV, at least in the Network Edition. I get the warning from ClamAV every day. I have voted for fixing that at least.