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    jason.weaver is offline Starter Member
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    Default What is Zimbra Desktop?

    Our university uses Zimbra, but we access through out campus portal. I have been trying to find some answers to a few questions, and I hope to find some answers here.

    1) Is Zimbra Desktop a application that allows you to access your email, contacts, and calendars with going online?

    2) Do I need to install and set up Zimbra Desktop, in order to sync my Zimbra calendar and view/modify it in my Google calendar?

    3) I have searched for some solid directions on how to sync my Zimbra calendar, so that I may view and manage it from Google calendar. Can anyone direct me to that white sheet and/or forum post(s)?

    Thank you all in advance for your replies!

    Peace,
    Jason

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Details of Zimbra Desktop are in the wiki & forums: site:zimbra.com +"zimbra desktop" - Yahoo! Search Results
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