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    what is the difference betwen Network Edition and Open Source Edition ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by mehdioua View Post
    what is the difference betwen Network Edition and Open Source Edition ????
    One is free and the other is paid-for. Did you read any of the documentation, search the forums for an answer or even look at the product comparison on the main web site?
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    open source is free but does not include items such as backup or push mail, although you can get these features else where.

    Push mail via z-push or zextras. Mailbox backup can be done on the free version searching on this forum

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    Glenn

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