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    Default two ZCSNE types

    Hello everyone.
    It is possible to have different types of ZCSNE license on the same server.
    For example 75 standard and 50 entreprise.
    For example 75 anual and 50 perpetual.
    It is important to me, you can answer quickly.
    Thank´s in advnaced
    Last edited by adelmoral; 04-22-2010 at 01:41 AM.

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    from what i know..you cannot MIX any kind of liscences in zimbra.

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    We're running the FOSS version of Zimbra, but I thought when we investigated moving to NE in the past we were told that you COULD mix Standard and Professional. Don't know about the annual and perpetual thing though. I guess someone that runs NE or someone from Zimbra should answer the OP so that we don't give out bad info.

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    I believe you can mix standard and enterprise licenses, you just cannot mix with OSS. Check with someone in sales.

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    Yeah, you can mix Standard and Professional users on an NE server. If you look at the product matrix, Standard and Pro features are the same except Standard doesn't allow Outlook or iSync connectors. Never heard of an "enterprise" version.

    I'm not sure what you're asking on the annual vs perpetual. That's something you'd have to work out with Zimbra sales.

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    Sorry, meant "Pro", not Enterprise. My brain is applesauce today.

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    please contact zimbra account managers..

    I think it can be done... manually though..

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    It's not really a manual process. You can mix and match the features you want. All licenses have their own limits, so for example you can purchase a 100 user license, but only purchase a license for 25 outlook connectors and 10 mobile connectors. It'll then be up to you to choose who the lucky few are that get access to that feature via the COS/user account settings to enable them. Sales can certainly explain this is more detail.

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    Default is posible standad + Enterprise

    Thank you all.
    Our sales representative said it was possible to have standard and professional licenses on the same server.
    However it is not possible to have perpetual and annual licenses on the same server.(I don´t understand because )
    Regards and thanks for the help

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