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    Default ThirdParty 5.0.1 GA Package?

    I'm keen to get the latest GA (5.0.1) built on a FreeBSD box but looking around I can't find the latest ThirdParty package anywhere.

    Does anyone have it or have a link for it? Is there any timeframe on when it will be released?

    Any help or advice would be much appreciated.

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    I need too.

    Where are ThirdParty 5.0.1 GA Package?
    Marcelo Teixeira Monteiro

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    Yeah, I've got half the make files patched with the help of a friend, Andy Gilligan, who knows FreeBSD inside out. As it stands, with the additions to the top level make file, i386 & AMD64 are supported; so once the rest of the components are done it'll be really nice.

    If anybody else is serious about helping to port Zimbra to FreeBSD feel free to give me a shout.

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