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    Default Using connector with PCLaw

    We are trying to use PCLaw www.pclaw.com in conjuction with the zimbra outlook connector. PCLaw typically operates on a local PST file and injects calendar and contact information into outlook through the PST.

    Is there any way that you can use the advanced functionality of zimbra such as having synced calendars and email with the webmail but also still maintain a local PST file.

    Any other workaround that you guys can think of would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    Can you tell PCLaw to inject data to the zimbra service instead of a PST file? A zdb is really just a PST file (in the same way an OST is just a PST file).
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    Hey Sam,
    I'm in commuincation with the PCLaw tech support currently, and trying to find out if there is a way to specify what "PST" file PCLaw injects itself into. Currently, they basically just said they dont support Zimbra, only MS Exchange. Any chance you guys could get them to support you guys too, just like MS Exchange?
    Thanks for the speedy response Sam

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    Well, it really depends on them. We'd love for them to work with Zimbra but its their code that needs to be modified, tested and released. The best thing to do is keep expressing to them your interest for Zimbra support.
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