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    Hi, I have just installed CentOS 5, and are a little confused of witch verision of Zimbra to download. What is the correct one for CentOS 5?

    thank in advance...

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Well, as CentOS5 is a rebuild of RHEL ...... you need the RHEL version.
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    Welcome to the forums,

    That would essentially be RHEL 5

    NE downloads: /products/download_network.html
    OS edition downloads: /community/downloads.html

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    ..... and the Network Edition is not supported on CentOS.
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    ie: some people still do it, but you void receiving any official support from zimbra if you don't use a directly supported platform

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    I thought that's what 'not supported' meant?
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    I just didn't want him to read "it won't run" as some people might interpret it that way...

    (ie: When someone says attachment indexing is 'not supported' on Mac OS X servers, they should really say "it is not available or possible"


    Funny, I almost decided to go back and edit/put that same 'not supported' disclaimer in my original post, don't know why I didn't follow through, something somewhere distracted me...but I'm sure I you get more customers, where instead of tracking down operating system problems you really want to say 'we don't support this platform' than I do - good tag team
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