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Thread: Idea: RSS feed for Zimbra releases?

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    Default Idea: RSS feed for Zimbra releases?

    Hey all - maybe something like this already exists and I just missed it ...

    I logged on this morning for the first time in several weeks (my install has been humming beautifully since upgrading system RAM to 2GB) and noticed that several point releases have been announced since I last checked the forums.

    It would be a very valuable service to have an RSS feed to inform admins about each release. In fact, maybe two streams... one for all releases (including betas) and another for just GA announcements.

    Just a thought. Keep up the AWESOME efforts! Looking forward to 3.2 GA!

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    Doh! Just saw this on SourceForge. Nevermind!

    http://sourceforge.net/export/rss2_p...roup_id=153217


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    The best way to get notified is via Freshmeat (see the subscribe link in my sig). This has both a developer and a release notice option. You can sign-up for one or both. This is the most reliable way to get the notices. It will also inculde a small summary of the new features/changes.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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