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.) and social networks (Facebook, Digg, Twitter, etc.) to help make communicating & sharing information easier than ever.
If you want to find out how to set up a new email account, have questions about composing email, adding calendar events or using any other feature in Zimbra Desktop, please see the End User Guide.
If you do not see an answer for your question in the End User Guide or FAQ, try the Zimbra Desktop Forums. The Forums are a browse questions and answers, or ask an expert by posting your own question.
If you think you have found a bug or would like to request a new feature for a future version of Zimbra Desktop, you can always file it in the Zimbra Bugzilla database. Be sure to file your request under "Product = ZD" for Zimbra Desktop.
If your organization is a Zimbra Collaboration Server - Network Edition customer you may contact the Zimbra Support team for questions or problems using Zimbra Desktop with your Zimbra account. Please contact your support desk or IT manager about this process.
Zimbra Desktop allows you to manage just about any other non-Zimbra email account using IMAP and POP protocols. This includes accounts such as Yahoo! Mail and Gmail. Zimbra Desktop uses pre-configure settings where possible to connect to these email services and provides documentation on how to manage many external email accounts however connecting to these third-party email services is not supported by the Zimbra Support team.
Third party external email services are maintained at the sole discretion of their respective provider; we are reliant on their implementation and documentation of standards to access your data. Thus if a third party service and/or its APIs are labeled beta by their provider, we also consider the implementation of these services in Zimbra Desktop as beta.