Zimbra Desktop

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Zimbra Desktop 7.2.5

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Zimbra Desktop is the next-generation email and collaboration client.

The free Zimbra Desktop client allows you to meld the online and offline worlds – storing and synching your email, calendar, contacts, files and documents in the cloud, yet having them locally accessible when on the road. Zimbra Desktop aggregates information across accounts (Zimbra, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, etc.) to help make communicating and sharing information easier than ever.

“I fell in love with Zimbra's Ajax-style interface the first time I saw it. Slick, powerful, and much more extensible than Microsoft Outlook ever dreamed of being.”

Matt Asay, CNET

“Century 21 agents spend many hours a day away from their reliable office network connections. The introduction of Zimbra Desktop allows us to continue reducing our dependence on Microsoft Outlook while retaining the superior Zimbra collaboration platform that we can now use wherever and whenever we need it.”

Marge Patterson, Vice President of CENTURY 21 Realty Group Companies

“We recently swapped out our legacy email and calendar systems for Zimbra Collaboration Server, which has received high marks throughout the company, and with the general availability of Zimbra Desktop, we can now offer all of our employees a sleek solution for both Web-based and desktop communication. We are especially pleased that the Zimbra Collaboration Server is based on open source technology and that it performs very effectively in our Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment.”

Lee Congdon, Chief Information Officer at Red Hat

“Ubuntu is committed to providing the best desktop experience in the world, the Zimbra Desktop client will not only enhance the usability features of the world-class Zimbra Collaboration Server, but will also provide the Ubuntu community with another compelling application for their desktop of choice.”

Mark Shuttleworth, Founder of the Ubuntu Project

“Really like the Zimbra Desktop… Kudos to the Zimbra Team.”

Chazsani, Zimbra forum member