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    Just came across this site and decided to set up a Red Hat Enterprise server to test Zimbra out. I don't want to do a complete default Red Hat load (that is not very secure, bulky, and adds lots of junk I don't need for this). What are the bare minimum requirements/dependencies for an install?

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    You can do a minimal install. See the quick start or install guide for the dependency list.
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    When I install Red Hat I always do a minimal install. In fact after the installation I remove more packages, just make sure you have fill the requirements for Zimbra to run.

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