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    Default Test outlook connector and give help for Zimbra

    Hello

    First thing : sorry for my very bad english

    We are a SS2L in France.

    We have a client who would like to install Zimbra (or similar solution), but Outlook is very important... There is a lot of Outlook connectors for a lot of similar solutions like Zimbra, but these connectors are very differents : some functions are or are not working... Before install Zimbra, we would like to test your connector... Is it possible ? Without a test, we can't propose Zimbra to our clients

    We would like to propose Zimbra demonstration with outlook connector to our clients : how to give/buy/borrow only one connector ?

    We love Zimbra and we started to develop/improve/translate new (french) zimlets (and translations corrections in Zimbra). How to take part in the development of Zimbra ?

    Thanks a lot for your work,

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    We would like to propose Zimbra demonstration with outlook connector to our clients : how to give/buy/borrow only one connector ?
    The Outlook connector is available via the Zimbra Collaboration Suite Network Trial program. You can register your account here http://zimbra.com/products/download_network.html.

    HTH,

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    Ok, Thanks.

    But
    The Zimbra Collaboration Suite Network Trial is currently only available in binary (.tgz) for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4
    We have a Fedora 4 : Is-it possible to install Zimbra on it ? Perhaps somes modifications to do...

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    No, the Network Edition of Zimbra is only for RHEL4 (that also means the free CentOS4 ).
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    Bill


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    Quote Originally Posted by Myrdhin
    Ok, Thanks.

    But

    We have a Fedora 4 : Is-it possible to install Zimbra on it ? Perhaps somes modifications to do...
    IMHO, you can try the Outlook Connector with the OSS version. One Zimbra folk will answer your question shortly.

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    Doesn't this answer the question, or am I missing something?
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    Thanks for all the informations.

    If it's possible to use the connector with our already Zimbra installation (OSS version with Fedora4), it will be fantastic

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