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    Hi every body,
    does anyone of you have pdf docs about installing zimbra on centos 64bit
    Any help
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    There are no documents for that as CentOS is an unsupported operating system. However,search the forums and wiki for details of how to install on RHEL4 64 bit - CentOS is binary compatible with that. There are some things you need to check on CentOS to get Zimbra running OK.
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    so i have to bay RHEL4 i don't have money for tha
    any other good linux version that works well with zimbra

    Thank you

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    No, you don't have to buy RHEL4. I said that CentOS isn't a supported operating system. Zimbra will run on it as CentOS is binary compatible with RHEL, many forums users have CentOS install - I run my own server on CentOS.

    Documentation for the product is on the ..erm Documentation page. You will also need to check the forums and wiki for some additional details necessary to get Zimbra running on CentOS 64 bit.

    BTW, if this is a Network Edition install then you will need a supported Operating System. Is it NE or the OSS version.
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    what does mean Network Edition install? i heared about it but i didn't understand the maining
    for my case i hope to install zimbra in the way to be my mail server "mail.example.com" that will be reached by users from the outside of our company because we are travelling a lot
    sorry if i ask you stuped question

    Thank you very very much for your help

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    The Network Edition has more features but is not free, have a look at the comparison here.

    Please make sure you read the product documentation before you install especially the Quick Start guide.
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