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Old 11-29-2005, 05:58 PM   #1
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Zimbra Collaboration Email server


I read about the Zimbra Collaboration Email server in both Infoworld and Network world, so I went over to the website: www.zimbra.com to check it out.

All I can say is wow. It is a really sweet collaboration software. They have a paid version and an open source version.

It requires FC3 or RHEL v4 update 2 running on a server with 2 Ghz processor with 2 ghz of ram, 10 gb of HD space for the program and additional space for message storage.

The only real downside is that the client computers need have 1+ Ghz processors with at least 512 MB of ram.

Which means that this software is geared for the enterprise market

Still it looks like a very useful product.
 
  


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