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    Default Zimbra Desktop as Default Mail App

    Service provider recently outsourced mail service to Windows Live. I'm looking for a decent e-mail application as I really could care less about WL automatic social networking, messenger, photo detection, etc.

    Ideally I'd have a web based application that I could access all of my e-mail on several different machines.

    ? Does Zimbra Desktop do what I am after
    ? Is using webmail only a bad move and should I consider keeping Thunderbird (or some other app)
    ? Any links to information for a Zimbra newbie

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