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    Default Nub Question - Open Source and Outlook

    I have been looking and I think I am blind. Is there a way to have Outlook connect to the open source edition of Zimbra the same way Outlook connects to an exchange server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Asok View Post
    I have been looking and I think I am blind. Is there a way to have Outlook connect to the open source edition of Zimbra the same way Outlook connects to an exchange server.
    No, there isn't any way to do that as it's a feature of Zimbra Network Edition. You can, of course, use Outlook as an IMAP client against a Zimbra server.
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