I've been reading the zimbra website, community forums and a bunch of other documents to figure out exactly what zimbra is all out and im a bit confused. Maybe someone could answer my questions in simple terms.
I am looking for an email method to check my emails online when im on a trip I take it for this I would install Zimbra Open Source on my VPS or dedicated server, but also would like to see them on the desktop like outlook. (so this is where Zimbra desktop comes in correct?)
What is the main difference between that network edition versus the open source edition besides the checklist they have posted does that really effect the functionality of my emailing or is it just difference in some nifty features?
If i had email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org could i check them all online through the Zimbra open source suite by just checking 1 account kind of like outlook, or would i have to relogin 2 times?
Basically currently I route my mail to google apps and then use IMAP to sync it with Outlook but its not all seamless as Outlook uses folders, google uses labels, and so on. So I am looking for an effective solution but I cant figure out which Zimbra product is right for me since the options are kind of very technical.
In simple terms Im guessing I install Zimbra Desktop which works like Outlook and install Zimbra Open Source which works like a cpanel web mail checker and sync those two together through IMAP right?
If someone could enlighten me, or tell me if i would have to go with the network edition to do what im doing that would be helpful.
Server has 1024 megs of Ram, 350 gigs of bandwidth or so, 100 gigs of space. Looking to have about 10-20 users at most.