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Thread: [SOLVED] Outlook Discoinnected Operation

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    gbr is offline Special Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Outlook Discoinnected Operation


    I had a sales guy come up and ask me a question. It's something I can test, but I won't be able to for a couple of days, at least.

    My Outlook experience is minimal (I'm a Linux guy), so I don't know how this would work.

    If this 'road warrior' is somewhere with no Internet connection, and he has Outlook with the Zimbra Connector running, will he still be able to create new and read old messages.

    Basically, does Outlook maintain a local copy of the emails on the Zimbra Server for disconnected access? Also, will Outlook allow the user to create an email, and send it when access is available?


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    sam is offline Zimbra Employee
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    yep, ZCO works in offline mode and will sync whenever online.
    Sam Khavari

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