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    Got it. Thanks.

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    Can u please tell me where to download the Outlook connector and how to install it, I am a newbie to all this and am trying to move my MS Exchange 2007 server account to Zimbra. I installed Zimbra Desktop but cannot get it to connect to my Exchange server, I am getting SSL error which I cannot resolve! I would appreciate any directions to Outlook connector manual or user guide.
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    The Outlook Connector is part of the Zimbra Network Edition. It would help if you let us know which version of ZCS you are running
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    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v

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    Thank you for your quick response. As I said I am a newbie and I am trying to run the Zimbra Desktop version. Should i download and try the Network Edition? Where is it at?
    Thank u for your patience.

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    If you are just using the Zimbra Desktop then the only way to connect to Exchange will be via IMAP(s).

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    Ok, I cannot get the IMAP to work with ZD, I keep getting SSL errors and cannot seem to get the right port settings though I am following the exchange server's exact information. Anyway, I will try this network edition, is it the Zimbra Collaboration Suite 5.0?

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    That is a complete collaboration suite! Please search the forums for Zimbra Desk and Exchange.

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    OK, I have been searching for the past 18 hours and coming up empty handed, no resolution to my problem and hence I am trying your help here.
    Basically, I want to move my account from an MS Exchange 2007 server to Zimbra, so I can try it out for a while. Thusfar I have failed while trying the Desktop version, should I use the Suite version to do the migration and then revert back to the Desktop version which is what I want to be using on my MAc and my PC? Again, is the Suite the same as the "network version" you mentioned?

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    Zimbra Desktop is a mail client like Thunderbird. If you want the server side then yes you would need to install either the Network Edition or Community. Please have a read of Zimbra - Product Editions to understand the differences.

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    Looks like I will be needingthe Network Edition, Professional. i am trying out the Zimbra trial account from the site and things look great. Do you have any prefered hosting service I can get in touch with? :-)

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