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    Default HSP, Small Business and several customers

    Hello all,
    not sure if this is the right place to ask the question but I'll try.

    We're a little HSP in France with several little customers.

    Many of our customers might be interested by Zimbra but :
    • I don't want to manage a separate Zimbra platform per customer
    • most of our customers have less than 10 employees (a Small Business licence per customer would be very expensive)


    So I have a few questions 8)

    • Is it possible for someone like us (HSP) to have _one_ Zimbra implementation used by several customers (several domains) with full separation between customers (mostly thinking of calendars here) ?
    • can the Small Business licence be used for such a thing ?
    • can both the OpenSource release (mainly for customers not needing Outlook) and Small Business licence can be used together on the same platform ?


    Thanks in advance

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    Zimbra supports multi-domains on a single server. With the Network Edition you can give delegated admin rights to each domain so they can add their own users and such.

    At this time you can't run both the OSS and Network on the same machine. You'd need to use two different machines.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Thanks a lot !

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