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    Default Reverting to Open Source from Network trial

    Are there any recent docs on rolling back to Open Source from a Network Trial? A client isn't ready to move to the full version yet and we would certainly prefer to roll back without re-install, since that's the promise on the trial link...
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    Why is this posted in the Zimbra Desktop forums? I'll move it to the correct forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by 501community View Post
    Are there any recent docs on rolling back to Open Source from a Network Trial? A client isn't ready to move to the full version yet and we would certainly prefer to roll back without re-install, since that's the promise on the trial link...
    Take your pick: site:zimbra.com +"open source" +revert - Yahoo! Search Results
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