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    Default zimbra 6.0.1 and ubuntu 9.04 server - can i install it?

    hi all...just a simple question and a quick answer from you...
    i want to install zimbra suite 6.01 (i think that's the latest) on an ubuntu 9.04 server.
    is it possible?

    well....i guess not! as i searched it can not be installed!

    but the point is....ok,i'll install 8.04...but what about the updates? if i upgrade or update my 8.04 server,will it work or not?
    thanks for your attention!
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    No; you should use a supported platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by uxbod View Post
    No; you should use a supported platform.
    ok...i wil set it on 8.04! no problem....BUT what about the updates? is there any possibility to stop working if i update the OS?

    thank you!

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