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    elimicol is offline Starter Member
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    Unhappy Zimbra desktop 2.0 - still no bidi support

    Hi everyone.

    Yesterday I've decided to give ZD a second chance (I worked with ZD 1 for 3 months but the lack of bidi support forced me to go back to Outlook 2003), and I see no progress has been done on this particular issue.

    Can someone tell me if this feature will be ever implemented on this release?

    Thank's,
    Elio

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    what launguage are you intrested in? if it's Hebrew stick with Outlook. Zimbra is years behind in this area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tolmarc View Post
    what launguage are you intrested in? if it's Hebrew stick with Outlook. Zimbra is years behind in this area.
    Yes....It's mainly Hebrew I'm interested in...and I'm really saddened to read your post. My intention was not only to leave Outlook as a PIM but to switch to a different OS in the future (Ubuntu in this case). I'll have to change my plans and stick with Microsoft's OS and PIM...hoping maybe that Mozilla will invent something....

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