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    javydreamercsw is offline Starter Member
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    Exclamation Installing in Windows enviroments...

    I've read thru the forums and came across some good arguments of why Zimbra doesn't has a port for Windows, and I agree with them in most cases, but as always there are exceptions. In my case, as many others, for some reason the default is Windows environment as a corporate decision . In those cases like mine, we're doomed to live without Zimbra.

    Just give a thought to that...:

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    There is no port of Postfix for Zimbra (that's the problem), when somebody does that the decision to provide a windows version will be looked at again.

    There is always room for a Linux server in a Windows environment, what's wrong with installing ZImbra on that in a Windows environment (it wouldn't be the first time)?
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