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    Default Will zimbra run on 64bit OS?

    I just changed to windows 7 64bit and was wondering If I can use zimbra desktop to manage about 20 email/pop3 accounts including yahoo and gmail

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    Quote Originally Posted by edalbkrad View Post
    I just changed to windows 7 64bit and was wondering If I can use zimbra desktop to manage about 20 email/pop3 accounts including yahoo and gmail
    There should be no reason for it not to run on 64bit systems, I use ZD on both Linux and Windows 64bit machines. You may want to wait for the next release of ZD as there's a potential problem with Yahoo! and not being able to access the email using ZD 7.1.1. There was a change to the Yahoo! API that's caused a problem in ZD and is fixed in the next release, it will probably be release around mid-September.
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