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    NoDoze is offline Elite Member
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    Zimbra Desktop uses modern Web 2.0 AJAX technology and is designed to handle several email accounts with multi-gigabyte storage.
    But it doesn't mention that you HAVE to download the ENTIRE mailbox size into the Zimbra Desktop before it can be 100% functioning! If your mail box is like 4GB, it'll take some time! LOL

    Is there any way to do this faster?

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    what do you mean by "100% functioning"? you should be able to most things while initial sync is underway.

    is this a concern about size on local computer?

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    Sorry for the confusion.

    Yes, Zimbra is 100% working/functioning...

    BUT no personal info, contacts, email, calendar are present until the download is complete. If the mail box size is into the gigs, this wil take a long while even with a DSL connection.

    I was asking if there was a quicker way... to drag/drop perhaps the mail box into the zimbra desktop? Or even have a separate download mail box utility to speed up the process, cause the zimbra desktop client even downloads slow?

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