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    Default zimbra doesnt support ipv6 ... how will it make a difference.

    1--zimbra doesnt support ipv6 ...
    how will it make a difference.
    2--is there any inbuilt limit on number of email which zimbra can send per hour or per minute???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankit1122 View Post
    1--zimbra doesnt support ipv6 ...
    Where did you get the idea that IPv6 isn't supported in ZCS?

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    how will it make a difference.
    It doesn't.

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    2--is there any inbuilt limit on number of email which zimbra can send per hour or per minute???
    Why?
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    its written on wikipedia..
    Comparison of mail servers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    3--im asking about speed rate of zimbra because i have to send a lot lot of email per hour....if there is any inbuilt limitation on zimbra software then i will not be able to use zcs.

    also zimbra hosting providers are putting a limit like 200 emails per hour.

    so to crack this problem i will host zcs on my own server ...

    thats how i want to know the solution..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ankit1122 View Post
    The place to look would be the Product Documentation
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