What Zimbra version?

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damend
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What Zimbra version?

Postby damend » Thu Sep 03, 2020 3:01 am

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Im confused.
Is this a zimbra free version?

If yes, is this the reason why i cannot setup my email outside my office or network,
like setting up in android or pc at home?

pls help. thanks


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Re: What Zimbra version?

Postby phoenix » Thu Sep 03, 2020 5:41 am

damend wrote:
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Im confused.
Is this a zimbra free version?
It's fairly straightforward, the Network Edition has NE in it's name and the Free Open Source Edition has FOSS in it's name. ;0

damend wrote:If yes, is this the reason why i cannot setup my email outside my office or network,
like setting up in android or pc at home?
As you've given no details of the problem other than that statement it's difficult to give you any advice. Did you read the Installation Guide in the documentation? Did you look at any of the Installation guides on the internet or in these forums or the Zimbra wiki?
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Re: What Zimbra version?

Postby damend » Thu Sep 03, 2020 11:58 pm

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Was asking about the version because I saw this.

Does this mean, that since my zimbra version is not paid NE,
I cannot setup my email to any android devices,
and also, to PC's at home or outside our office?
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Re: What Zimbra version?

Postby BradC » Fri Sep 04, 2020 2:04 am

damend wrote:Does this mean, that since my zimbra version is not paid NE,
I cannot setup my email to any android devices,
and also, to PC's at home or outside our office?


No, it just means you can't use Activesync, EWS or the Outlook MAPI connector. You can use POP3/SMTP/IMAP/CardDAV/CalDAV for any other clients.
You could investigate Z-Push or the ZeXtras add-on for Activesync if that was something you needed.

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