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    ellehcsim is offline Starter Member
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    I know that the thread is old, but we want to implement SAME setup for our organization right now. I just want to know if this kind of setup is still possible with the latest version of Zimbra community and network edition.

    Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellehcsim View Post
    I know that the thread is old,
    You really should never add your post to a thread that's seven years old.


    Quote Originally Posted by ellehcsim View Post
    I... but we want to implement SAME setup for our organization right now.
    Which same setup, the one in the original question or the answer in post #6?

    Quote Originally Posted by ellehcsim View Post
    II just want to know if this kind of setup is still possible with the latest version of Zimbra community and network edition.
    This subject has been discussed many time in the forums, do the other threads not answer your question? Without some description of what exactly you want to do then any answer would be limited in it's scope.
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