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Thread: Can I upgrade ZD 2.0 to 7.1.4, and has speed improved since 2.0?

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    Default Can I upgrade ZD 2.0 to 7.1.4, and has speed improved since 2.0?

    I used zd for a couple of years and eventually gave up on it because it was very slow to sync to gmail etc. If the current version of zd can deal with fairly large email account better than 2.0?

    I still have zd 2.0 (10514) installed. Should I attempt to upgrade it or so should I remove it and all data files in order to test 7.1.4?

    When checking for updates, zd 2.0 itself says there are none available, so maybe I have to start over?

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    Hello, any input on these questions?

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    You can install ZD 7.1.4 over ZD 2.0 and it should keep all your settings / email from 2.0. If you were having issues, however, with ZD 2.0 it might be better to uninstall first and start from scratch.

    As far as your question about speed / performance that is pretty tough to answer. I have used ZD with a fairly large email account, connecting to a Zimbra server and it is very acceptable to me. It does have some quirks, but performance-wise it is fine. But I can't speak to using it with GMail and other types of servers / services. I have to believe a lot of it is going to depend on your connection speed.

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