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    Default [SOLVED] Is the OpenSource edition extendable? Does iSync work?

    Hello Community,


    I am very much interested in Zimbra.
    There's only one question I have:

    Does the OpenSource-Edition support iSync (Apple Sync)
    Officially on the comparative-site it does not, but OpenSource is usually a Software which is extendable.

    So therefore:
    Is there any chance to Sync my Mac Contacts and Calendar with the OpenSource-Edition in an easy way? eg. iSync


    Best Regards from Germany,
    Peter

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    Welcome to the forums

    Sorry; but that is a feature of the NE version. Please search the forums for Funabol.

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    Hi.

    I couldn't find a propper pricelist for Zimbra Products.

    Can i install this version then on my own server (Linux + mySQL) and how expensive is it?

    Thank you very much.

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    I have to add that I am using this as a student.
    So therefore non-profit.

    i am just downloading "Zimbra Collaboration Suite 6.0" for "Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5"

    Is this a trial for the Linux-Server?
    How do I proceed?

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    Zimbra - Products: Trial License Key

    60 day trial version of the Network Edition.

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    Ok I'll try.

    But unfortunately I already do struggle with the installation.
    I want to install the web-application on my Linux Server. I usually do install such software via a "install.php".

    I couldn't find any php files, only an .sql file in the package I've downloaded.

    What package do I have to download to install the software on my webserver?

    Thank you very much and please excuse my beginner-questions...

    Best Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter3333 View Post
    But unfortunately I already do struggle with the installation.
    I want to install the web-application on my Linux Server. I usually do install such software via a "install.php".
    You can't do that.

    Quote Originally Posted by peter3333 View Post
    I couldn't find any php files, only an .sql file in the package I've downloaded.
    That's not surprising as it's not supplied as a .php file.

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    What package do I have to download to install the software on my webserver?
    You can't do that, Zimbra is a complete Collaboration Suite and is installed as a complete package. You can't install part of it on your web server, if that's what you're trying to do as the webmail interface is integral to the Zimbra install and can't be split from it.
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    Ok, thanks for the advice so far.

    Unfortunately i didn't get your last part...
    So is there a way to use it as a webmail interface on my web server?

    Thanks a million so far, for your tipps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter3333 View Post
    Unfortunately i didn't get your last part...
    So is there a way to use it as a webmail interface on my web server?
    No, there isn't. The web UI is part of the package that's installed with the Zimbra server, you access that through a normal browser and view your email on the zimbra server. It is not a package that can be installed anywhere else. If you are thinking that you can install the web interface on your webserver to use as an interface to another mail server then the answer is also no.
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    Ok.

    Thank you very much!
    It helped me a lot.

    Anyway, congrats to your system, it is well designed and made up.

    Best luck with Zimbra.
    I'll maybe sign in later...

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