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    I'm keen to move my Zimbra installations off their current Suse 10.0 platform onto Debian Etch.

    The move itself should be no problem, I'm just waiting for the software to be released!

    Does anyone at Zimbra have a rough release date for a version of Zimbra packaged for Etch, or should I tough it out with the Debian 3.1 installer on Etch?

    Thanks.

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    If this is for the OSS version then you'll find it in bugzilla & product roadmap.
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    My apologies, yes, this is for the OSS version.

    The roadmap does not show a release point for Debian Etch that I can see, it does have the dates for the various stages of development though, I'm just wondering if an Etch version will appear when 5.0 goes GA, or at some point inside the beta program.

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    I also mentioned bugzilla. Zimbra Release 5.
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    Awww, you cant be refering to Bug 15984 - Support for Debian 4.0 etch for FOSS can you ?

    That's the only bug that shows when searching for 'etch'.... hang on, I'll check 'Debian'... ooh that shows a few more, but none of them show any indication of the availability or otherwise of a Debian 4 release of zimbra!

    Throw a dog a bone here! Whats the story?

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    Yes, that's the one. The important point in the bug report is the Target Milestone and in this case it's Franklin otherwise known as release 5.
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    Thanks Bill, I was hoping for a release before GA, help iron out any bugs etc, but I guess I can wait

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    I would assume there'll be an RC1 & RC2 for the NE if you look at the milestones. Timescales and releases are, of course, subject to review.
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