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    richard feest is offline Starter Member
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    Default Can Zimbra clients run with Exchange Server

    This is a plea from a business analyst.
    I am interested in moving open office forward but we as a company are engrained in MS products.
    The last hurdle that our technical staff are putting in our way is that any open office / source product is fine but what about the Mail Server. They do not want to move away from Exchange for a number of reasons and I'd heard that Zimbra mail clients could run with an Exchange server. Has anyone done this or had experience of it?

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Welcome to the forums.

    There is a Web UI that is used to access the Zimbra server, it is specific and integral to Zimbra and isn't just a web interface to the server. Wht'ther objcion to moving way from Exchange? Have they seen the hosted demo of Zimbra?
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