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    Default Installation of Zimbra CS 7.1.0 Open Source Edition

    Hi,

    Can any one guide me how can i install CS 7.1.0 on my webhosting space.

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    That will probably be troublesome. I was unable to get 6.0CE to work reliably on a *dedicated* VPS server, where I have root; giving it enough memory to install, much less run, would have pushed my bill up to the point where I'd have been better off renting an actual dedicated server.
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    I have a unlimited webspace with cpanel and whm.... can i u guide me any document which can be help for me to install zimbra...

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    I have a unlimited webspace with cpanel and whm.... can u guide me for any document which can be help for me to install zimbra...

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    I'm pretty sure the answer is "you absolutely need root access to Unix to install Zimbra"; "webspace" -- which it sounds like you have, cause you're mentioning Cpanel -- will *not* be good enough to get it done.

    A Virtual Private Server is the minimum, I think, and Zimbra's so big these days, that -- as I noted above -- you'll end up paying as much as a dedicated server. I had been a Zimbra admin for 2 solid years when I tried running it in a VPS, and 2GB of RAM was not enough even to complete the install.
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    You cannot install Zimbra in a shared hosting space.

    Zimbra requires a dedicated or virtual server with full root privileges to install and operate it.
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