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    Can I upgrade from the Open Source edition to the Network edition without many hassles? Does the Network edition allow me to mix licensed users and unlimited open source users? I'd like only some of the users to be licensed for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drwho18 View Post
    Can I upgrade from the Open Source edition to the Network edition without many hassles?
    Yes.

    Quote Originally Posted by drwho18 View Post
    Does the Network edition allow me to mix licensed users and unlimited open source users?
    No.

    Quote Originally Posted by drwho18 View Post
    I'd like only some of the users to be licensed for example.
    That's not possible. There are several threads in the forums that have covered this question.
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    Ok, too bad it doesn't have that capability. Would be a great way to sell more licenses and you wouldn't need to keep two code bases.

    It can't be too hard to allow the NE to create users with stripped down features for example (basic imap/pop etc.).

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