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What is Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition?

Zimbra’s Open Source Community

Since the inception, Zimbra has been a community. All of our Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition software, documentation and innovation has been created, tested, used and discussed openly by people like you participating in our Open Source Community. Our contributors diagnose bugs, fix bugs, translate programs, submit patches, point out deficiencies in documentation, answer community questions, submit killer applications, alert us to something that needs tweaking and write new software. No matter how you contribute, we welcome new ideas and contributions for the advancement of greater shared knowledge and a better Zimbra Collaboration product.

So jump in! Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition is available for you to test, evaluate, deploy, customize and improve.

Special Note: Zimbra recently made key changes to its open source software licensing in order to build an even stronger foundation for community-powered innovation. With the release of Zimbra Collaboration 8.5, Zimbra officially moved to Open Source Initiative-approved licenses. The Zimbra Open Source Edition Web Client Code is released under the Common Public Attribution License, version 1.0 (CPAL v.1). The Zimbra Open Source Edition Server Code is released under GNU General Public License, version 2 (GPL v.2). The Zimbra Open License Community Zimlets Code is released under the Common Public Attribution License, version 1.0 (CPAL v.1). Versions prior to version 8.5 will remain under the Zimbra Public License 1.4. By moving to OSI-approved licenses, Zimbra hopes to increase contributions from the open source community and increase compatibility with other open source projects, so that customers, partners and end users receive greater benefit from integration across the open source software ecosystem.

More Tips:

  • Can I revert the Network Edition Trial to the Open Source Edition? Absolutely, all your email data, etc. will be left intact if you choose not to purchase ZCS Network Edition.
  • ZCS server downloads are intended for administrators and developers.
  • First time installing? Use the latest 64-bit platform where possible on your new systems.

If you have questions about which product edition is best for you, or if you wish to purchase a subscription plus support to the Zimbra CollaborationNetwork Edition, please contact us.

LATEST RELEASES

8.6.0 GA Release 
Release Notes & Upgrade Instructions
3rd Party Open Source Licenses
Windows Open Source Licenses
Patch-6 has been issued on 27 Jan 2016 for 8.6.0 GA which includes fixes for several bugs listed in the release notes.

Download the Patch | MD5 | SHA 256 | Release Notes

Platform Download 64-bit
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
CentOS 6
64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
CentOS 7
64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256DEPRECATED
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256)
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256)
8.5.1 GA Release
Release Notes & Upgrade Instructions
3rd Party Open Source Licenses
Windows Open Source Licenses
Platform Download 64-bit
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
CentOS 6
64bit x86 (MD5) (SHA 256)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
CentOS 7
64bit x86 (MD5) (SHA 256)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 64bit x86 (MD5(SHA 256DEPRECATED
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64bit x86 (MD5) (SHA 256)
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64bit x86 (MD5) (SHA 256)

Important information about Support Life Cycle and Export Restrictions
Platforms marked DEPRECATED will End of Life (EOL) in the next major release and no longer be made available

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