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    brent1a is offline New Member
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    Default Uninstalling on Mac

    Please explain to me how to EXACTLY or step-by-step unistall ZCS on Mac OSX.
    Thanks

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    I believe there's a thread on the forum that explains exactly what you need, perhaps if you gave some information about your problems then people could help you.
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    I don't need it.

    When it installed it installed everything invisibly.

    I would like to know how to uninstall it because I cannot find it anywhere in my system and I DO NOT like when things are installed invisibly on my mac.

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    I didn't ask whether you wanted to keep Zimbra, I was talking baout the problems of uninstallig it. Search the forums, there's a thread detailing what you need to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brent1a
    I don't need it.

    When it installed it installed everything invisibly.

    I would like to know how to uninstall it because I cannot find it anywhere in my system and I DO NOT like when things are installed invisibly on my mac.
    remember, just because there's not a glossy icon does not mean that the application is invisible. Zimbra is an amazing suite, and is truly a unix application.

    If honestly enjoy being flooded with icons, garbage, and expensive licensing, i suggest you try microsoft's exchange.
    http://www.microsoft.com/exchange

    < /flame >
    Last edited by robbyt; 11-08-2006 at 11:48 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robbyt
    remember, just because there's not a glossy icon does not mean that the application is invisible. Zimbra is an amazing suite, and is truly a unix application.

    If honestly enjoy being flooded with icons, garbage, and expensive licensing, i suggest you try microsoft's exchange.
    http://www.microsoft.com/exchange

    < /flame >
    Thanks but I don't need either, not because neither one suits me but because it's more than what I'll ever need. Not to mention the fact that MS Exchange isn't compatable with OSX. I found the info. Thanks everyone.
    Last edited by brent1a; 11-08-2006 at 12:37 PM. Reason: spoke too soon

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    the mac install.sh will be incorporated in the next release. for now there is a link to the script in a different thread

    edit: thread or not, here is the link to the mac install/uninstall script:
    install-mac.sh
    Last edited by bobby; 12-02-2006 at 09:48 AM. Reason: direct link

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    I didn't ask whether you wanted to keep Zimbra, I was talking baout the problems of uninstallig it. Search the forums, there's a thread detailing what you need to do.
    Unfortunately, the thread was deleted. I was told that "It looks like a member got in an arguement with one of our moderators and got banned", but this does not explain why the useful content needed to be deleted along with whatever may have been offensive.

    I was able to retrieve much of it from the google cache and and have attached a zip archive for anyone who is interested. It does not, unfortunately, include a very important instruction from brian, at the end of the deleted thread, that resolved my final issue of periodic disk thrashing - a very important post, because that problem would likely effect anyone who uninstalled by merely deleting the zimbra directory.

    EDIT: Removed the zip file and have posted a note below with Brian's tips. -KevinH
    Last edited by KevinH; 12-03-2006 at 06:38 PM.

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    I don't really understand why you've made that post, the thread you've put in that zip file still exists. I also don't know who told you the thread was deleted or that someone was banned by a moderator but I think you're mistaken. FYI, the thread is here: Uninstalling from OS X
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    Unhappy Well the link doesn't work

    Out of curiosity (I don't have a Mac), I clicked on the link and got:

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    Invalid Thread specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator
    I am logged on to the site. So maybe it's in a restricted area?

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