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    Hi All,

    Microsoft uses ESE as an intermittent technology for moving the data from outlook client to database.

    Eg: when outlook sends data, exchange acts as client and passes the data to ESE, now ESE accepts the data and move it to db.

    Question:
    Is there a similar concept ? if not how does client saves data to db

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    Quote Originally Posted by sainathss View Post
    Hi All,

    Microsoft uses ESE as an intermittent technology for moving the data from outlook client to database.

    Eg: when outlook sends data, exchange acts as client and passes the data to ESE, now ESE accepts the data and move it to db.

    Question:
    Is there a similar concept ? if not how does client saves data to db
    What does this have to do with ZImbra and what do you mean by this "... how does client saves data to db" - which DB? Perhaps if you gave a more clear explanation of what you're trying to achieve with Zimbra it might help.
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    hi ,
    Thank you for your fast response,

    i am evaluating the zimbra features vs exchange 2010 as we are planning to implement zimbra in our environment.

    Microsoft Uses ESE technology which is used as middleware for exchange to communicate to db eg;

    outlookclient --> exchange --> ESE --> DB

    New Exchange Core Store Functionality: Exchange 2010 Help

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    So want to know how is the data stored with zimbra or database management done .

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    Zimbra doesn't specifically store the mail in a DB, it stores them as plain old files and metadata is stored in MySQL. You'll find details of the system architecture in the documentation: System Architecture
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