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Thread: [SOLVED] zimbra license expiry

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    Default [SOLVED] zimbra license expiry

    Hi, im using zimbra network edition for 600 users. my license will expiry about a week from now. What happen if i dont register or late renew the license? will my mail server not unable to send/receive emails? please advice. tq.

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    Welcome to the forums,

    Yes you can still send/receive emails, it's a soft expire for 30 days.
    -Existing accounts will still function at the level of the Open Source Edition, plus a few things like backup.
    -At one point we discussed stopping convertd (attachment HTML conversion) and having HSM not archive new stuff (haven't checked this lately) but your old mail certainly doesn't become inaccessible.
    -Network Edition features like MobileSync and the Outlook Connector will eventually no longer function after the 'grace period'. (There should be other threads out there over the specifics of what is/isn't able to run.)
    -You will not be able to create additional accounts as you're over your license.
    At the end of 30 days if you choose not to commit (though we certainly hope you do!) kick off a zmbackup (I like to take an additional backup of /opt/zimbra and any linked directories) then run the installer for the same version of FOSS over your NE.
    Last edited by mmorse; 02-04-2009 at 01:47 PM.

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