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    What is the word on mixing OS levels in a multi-server environment? I have a need to use a RHEL 5 box as a mailstore for a multi-server environment that is RHEL4. Both machines are 64bit. Any issues?

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    I've mixed 32bit and 64bit of the same os level, I can't imagine why the os level would matter as long as you're using hte same version of zimbra

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    There was a post on this already.

    IIRC, you can mix OSes as you wish, as long as you use supported ones.

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