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    nxllpo is offline Project Contributor
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    Default Usb

    I tried on USB it on Windows XP it worked
    you don't need Admin privileges
    Last edited by nxllpo; 02-01-2010 at 07:39 AM.

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    Default I mean use my zimbra without installing zimbra on computer before.

    Log in as guest, run binary file zdclient.exe and open my zimbra data.
    Is it possible? I can not do - many errors.

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    Default hi

    Quote Originally Posted by MARKOVKA View Post
    Log in as guest, run binary file zdclient.exe and open my zimbra data.
    Is it possible? I can not do - many errors.
    If Your Administrator has used Client Policy with allowed windows applications

    than it is possible that you can't use it on you corporate network since Portable version of zimbra runs with 4 exe files and the files are Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop 1.0.exe witch calls 3 other files zdesktop.exe and zdclient.exe and java.exe

    you can try and to override this Policy setting by renaming the Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop 1.0.exe to a known windows application such as notepad.exe or winword.exe or explorer.exe .I don't think that the other two files will work after and if you rename those two.The reason that you are having errors is because one of the two files are not executed.

    The usb drive must be larger then 512 MB since only the .DAT file has 200 mb
    after starting portable edition it creates a folderstructure like this ..

    ANY DRIVE:
    ├───%drive_D%
    │ └───z
    │ └───zdesktop
    │ ├───derby
    │ │ ├───log
    │ │ ├───seg0
    │ │ └───tmp
    │ ├───jetty
    │ │ └───logs
    │ ├───log
    │ ├───profile
    │ │ ├───Cache
    │ │ ├───extensions
    │ │ │ └───Inquisitor@yahoo
    │ │ │ └───cache
    │ │ └───searchplugins
    │ ├───redolog
    │ ├───store
    │ │ ├───0
    │ │ │ └───1
    │ │ │ └───msg
    │ │ │ └───0
    │ │ └───incoming
    │ └───win32
    │ └───prism
    │ └───updates
    │ └───0
    ├───%Temp%
    │ ├───hsperfdata_%username%
    │ └───skinres
    │ └───latest
    └───Stubs
    ├───a4b14b566c16eda48bd6f44ebfa19851747a
    └───a77f62e4a9f1fe8c60975e58977bf1c382cf52e

    Stubs folder is a Random generated Name and in one folder zdclient is located and in the other is zdesktop
    the initial or the main executable is Yahoo! Zimbra Desktop 1.0.exe and that file is created by thininstall in that file there is a set of instructions that basically start the exe's and creates the neccesary files just like in Zimbra Desktop.

    I am using zimbra desktop portable without prior installation of Zimbra Desktop


    You can look here how zimbra desktop portable Works .

    You will see in Task Manager the Two files that i've been talking about and
    Services view Of Microsoft Management console that there are no Zimbra services installed previously.



    YouTube - Zimbra Desktop Portable

    Zimbra Portable has one more advantage other than portable drives you can also use it on multiple accounts.
    When you install Zimbra Desktop you can only use it on one ACCOUNT.
    Untill Zimbra Releases the Desktop Edition for AllUsers.
    Last edited by nxllpo; 06-27-2009 at 06:34 AM.

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    Default Thank you

    will try 1234567890

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    Default Yahoo Mail is portable, why not Zimbra?

    I tried using the portable Zimbra, but it fails giving Unauthorized Access as reason.

    I use Yahoo Mail because I can access it from anywhere, but now that I have multiple Yahoo accounts I use Zimbra for convenience.

    Sadly, Zimbra isn't Portable and the developers appear uninterested in sorting that out.

    Even if one never carries their Zimbra install anywhere, it would also make backing it up or migrating to a new computer trivially easy.

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    Default Could you elaborate on that

    as you see in previous post that i am using zimbra as a portable solution for mails ?

    If you have unauthorized access .is your PC on DOMAIN or is it VISTA ?

    I mentioned that i have only tested successfully on WINDOWS XP with java installed
    and i have uploaded video on YOUTUBE where you can see for you self that zimbra can work as a portable solution

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by nxllpo View Post
    I made a portable edition of zimbra desktop 1.0

    Why wan't you allow me to publish it
    it is your software i have not made any changesto the code ...
    at least let me post how to make a portable edition
    Hello When would u post the same..?Waiting....

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    Default Publish ?

    to publish what?

    zimbra desktop portable is published for more than six months

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    nxllpo:
    Thanks for your work!

    EDIT: Thanks VERY MUCH FOR YOUR WORK!

    My system is running a recent clean install of XP Corp (not a warez copy!) fully updated. Java is installed. It is on a Workgroup, not a domain. I'm running as Administrator for test purposes.

    EDIT:
    I was able to make a working portable Zimbra using Thinapp per your advice.

    I prescanned my system, installed Zimbra normally, postscanned the system, and built per the (easy) Thinapp wizard. Deleted the Zimbra install and all registry keys (easily found when prescanning) to return system to clean state. Load time is slow due to my slow USB key, but that's not an issue.

    Now all my Windows Zimbra installs will be Thinstalls, and when inevitable Winrot sets in I can happily revert to portable backup or rescue my current Zimbra by copying it off.

    Being able to download emails for offline work is nice, but being able to save the whole program make it far nicer.
    Last edited by Annoyed; 10-24-2009 at 02:17 PM.

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    Default The new Zimbra Desktop Version Portable

    Today i have finished a never portable version of zimbra DESKTOP client 1.0.3 build (1691)!

    it will be uploaded until 22:00 GMT+1 !

    I have tested the new version and as previous it works so anyone who want's to download it feel free.

    the url is Home (Srecko Jovancevic)

    Under Projects you will find .001 - .008 extension in files ,download all including the .crc named extension. Combine it in TOTAL COMMANDER and then unzip it with 7zip archiver.

    Thank you all
    Last edited by nxllpo; 10-24-2009 at 12:28 PM.

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