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    Question Mic Exchange to Zimbra

    Hi, sorry for my bad english. I'm a french people.

    I'm looking to migrate our actual m$ exchange to Zimbra. But I don't understand what are the difference between the open source community version and the network version ?

    If I begin with the free trial network version (60 days), would I have to reinstall Zimbra after 60 days ?

    Thanks for your helps.

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    Welcome to the forums.

    The feature differences between Open Source and Netword Edition versions are detailed here: http://www.zimbra.com/products/product_editions.html

    If you use the 60 day Trial and decide not to continue it will revert the the Open Source functionality (but you would need to 'upgrade' by downloading the Open Source binary and running the installer), if you do continue with NE then you'd pay for a licence and get a file that will unlock the features and date restriction and allow it to continue as the NE version.
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    Thanks.

    I've not found the VMWARE of the NE product. Any idea where should I download it ?

    I've registered, and selected VMWARE but no links to download a vmware evaluation copy.

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    The VMware image isn't the most recent version of Zimbra, my suggestion would be to install VMware Server + your chosen operating system then download the appropriate binary and install that in the VM. You'll get all the current features and bug fixes then.
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    Ok, I'll do that. Thanks

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    You shouldn't have any problems doing that (I currently run my own server in a xen VM) but if you have any questions post again. You will still need the same DNS A & MX records and to modify the /etc/hosts file so check the documentation and wiki for details (plus a forum search will reveal answers to most problems ). Good luck and enjoy.
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    Essentially the paid NE version has full customer support, backup, rebranding, clustering, and with Pro you can have full MAPI Exchange style connections.
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