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    hi,


    does zimbra support multiple imap accounts like outlook/thunderbird?
    i mean a inbox/outbox/trash/... folder for every IMAP account that has been added?


    greetings

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    Quote Originally Posted by nocommercials View Post
    does zimbra support multiple imap accounts like outlook/thunderbird?
    i mean a inbox/outbox/trash/... folder for every IMAP account that has been added?
    Of course it does.
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    im sry to ask about this again, but since other "big" webmail programs dont support this i want to make sure im explaining what i want right.

    if i click into inbox number2 which contains mails from abc@gmail.com the "reply" function will fill in abc@gmail.com as sender and use the gmail smtp server
    and if i click into inbox number3 the same happens for a different email account from lets say yahoo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nocommercials View Post
    im sry to ask about this again, but since other "big" webmail programs dont support this i want to make sure im explaining what i want right.
    The problem with your question is that you've posted it in the Zimbra Desktop forum. Is this a question about Zimbra Desktop or Zimbra Collaboration Server? When asking a question it does help if you explain, in detail, what you're requirements are and which product you're asking about.
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    im interrested in zimbra webmail, im really not sure in which product you placed this.
    uncle google is a bit vague when using the search term "zimbra webmail". its maybe called "ZCS Web Client".
    also the open source variant is what i need.

    under webmail i understand something like squirrelmail or maybe horde which does other things as well - all i want to use is a broweser, thx.

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    There is no such product as Zimbra webmail, there is Zimbra Collaboration Server (which has a web ui) and Zimbra Desktop (a mail client). If you don't know the products then I'd suggest you go to the top of this page, click on the links and read about the products.

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