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    Default [SOLVED] Upgrading from 5.x to 6.x NE

    I have a little problem... I have been testing 5.18 NE for the last 3 months and my trial license expired a few days ago and i see a shitload of fixes in a version 6 that i know i can push management to finally buy zimbra NE (upgraded from the FOSS)... instead of going to exchange..

    But my question here is.. how best to move forward to upgrading even thou my license expired .. i would need to show them the fixes and addons...?

    Please help
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    Quote Originally Posted by drdre View Post
    But my question here is.. how best to move forward to upgrading even thou my license expired .. i would need to show them the fixes and addons...?
    You need to get a new licence extension, please get in touch with your sales contact at Zimbra.
    Last edited by phoenix; 09-07-2009 at 01:49 PM.
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    At least in the past, even with a non-expired license, trial installs couldn't be upgraded. So I would make sure the sales contact understands this issue, and if they don't seem sure, then after getting an extension, I would contact support.

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