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    Default [SOLVED] OpenSource Install Vs Collaboration Suite

    I have managed to install Zimbra Suite on a test bed Centos with DHCP. This is allowing me to explore the features of Zimbra, before deploying to actual accounts. RHEL is my final destination with a Opensource Build.
    Is this the proper place for OpenSource or is this exclusive to Collaboration Suite and the install.sh issues?

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    This is the right forum for installation issues for any version of zimbra

    they all use install.sh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unionmuscle View Post
    Is this the proper place for OpenSource or is this exclusive to Collaboration Suite and the install.sh issues?
    All the server products are called Zimbra Collaboration Suite and there's an Open Source version and a Network Edition version.
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