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    Question NE and OSS in same setup?

    Hi,

    We have setup a multi-server installation (ldap, 2x mta, imap-proxy, storage each on one server) of Zimbra Network Edition and its really doing a good job.

    But we have also scenarios where we do not need features of the network edition, say just for basic emailing.

    Is it possibly to do a "mixed" setup having one zimbra server with network edition and another with the opensource edition integrated with the same ldap/mta/proxy servers?

    Another question on this topic is, if there is a chance to proxy the UI between both network and opensource edition.

    Best regards, thanks in advance,
    Andi

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    Welcome to the forums,

    Against the same LDAP master/share the same admin console for management/just have some users or servers NE & some FOSS -No.

    As 2 independent systems in a Split Domain - Zimbra :: Wiki - Yes.
    -You could make the NE or FOSS primary and the other secondary.
    -I'll let other's share what they might have tried for proxies on that kind of setup.

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    Hi,

    thanks a lot for your answer. I assume, we're going onto two seperate systems...

    Therefore, another question comes up regarding rebranding/licence... We're not allowed to rebrand the opensource-edition even if we're having a network edition licence, right?

    Thanks again,
    Andi

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