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    I think the two products (BES 5 and BES Express...

    I think the two products (BES 5 and BES Express 5) are largely compatible with each other. The Express version is just different in that it lacks some advanced Enterprisy features...
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    Wow, sounds bad. I know that RAID 5 isn't...

    Wow, sounds bad. I know that RAID 5 isn't generally recommended for Zimbra, but I can't see it being a problem for this low number of users. You should run `top` on the VM during a slow period and...
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    New emails already marked as read?

    Hello,

    I'm using a fresh install of 6.0.4 NE Trial on Ubuntu 8.04. Installation appeared to finish perfectly and it functions well except for one thing - new emails come in marked as read.

    I...
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    I haven't had any problems with my GoDaddy cert...

    I haven't had any problems with my GoDaddy cert after upgrading from 5.0.18 -> 6.0.0 -> 6.0.1. My stats still aren't working properly, but that's another story.

    Unrelated, I also had a problem...
  5. ^ There's no real upgrade path. You'd have to set...

    ^ There's no real upgrade path. You'd have to set up a new Debian Lenny machine, install zimbra on it then move the accounts over. I'm curious as to why you want to ditch Ubuntu 8.04. It's what I'm...
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    Sticky: Hi all, I've been holding off on trying any...

    Hi all, I've been holding off on trying any Zimlets until 6.0 because I anticipated breakage. Now that 6.0 is here I'm finding that this Zimlet won't install properly. Please see the below output:
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    The only thing I use VMWare for is running...

    The only thing I use VMWare for is running Windows machines. I'd recommend using something that can paravirtualize (such as Xen or OpenVZ) for greater efficiency.

    OpenVZ is great because it uses...
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    Psst - OpenVZ is awesome! I love the flexibility...

    Psst - OpenVZ is awesome! I love the flexibility of it vs Xen and VMWare - being able to dynamically allocate all resources such as RAM comes in handy. You can even do a "zero downtime" migration of...
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    Can't help you with your question but might I...

    Can't help you with your question but might I suggest you ask the knowlegeable people over at port3101.org?
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    Yes, I've run across that with VMWare. But in...

    Yes, I've run across that with VMWare. But in that case it's because it needs to integrate with the host kernel to implement its network and other low level functions. If you're running a desktop...
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    It's recommended that you apply all...

    It's recommended that you apply all updates/kernel updates that are available through your distributions update channel (APT, YUM, etc). Doing so will ensure you're keeping up with any...
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