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    caroox is offline Starter Member
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    Hello,

    Can we use Open Source Zimbra with free client like Thunderbird or Outlook Express ?
    Thanks a lot !

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    Depends on what functionality you want. ANY mail client can POP / IMAP to Zimbra. What you probably lack is a calendar function. But if you use the webclient you have both. Use TB for just reading/responding to mail. HTH

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    ok thank you ! I just talk about basic features.

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    Just keep in mind that the heart and sole of Zimbra is the ajax client.
    To only use "basic" features is kinda self defeating.

    The client is what sets zimbra aside from just having postfix and sendmail.
    If that's all you want, then you should stick to those to save up on resources.
    Last edited by jholder; 12-15-2006 at 08:42 PM. Reason: speeling

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