Not wanting to bash or get under the skin but I've been looking at the specs for version 6 and noticed that OpenSUSE is being eol. It just seems very funny that politics (that's how it looks to me) can get in the way of anything.
OpenSUSE is one (if not #1) of only 3 or 4 distros in the world that are worth bothering to look at. SUSE ES 10.2 has been out for almost a year, is that supported on 6? In fact my first taste of SUSE was SUSE Linux 6.2 purchased at Fry's. I've tried and tested the top 10 distro's out there for years and find nothing as easy as OpenSUSE or SUSE ES. I recommend these to my customers. At home I've been running Zimbra on a Linux VM since 4.1. I will move to Ubuntu because the seemingly love affair Zimbra has with them.
Can someone at ZiHoo make any logical reason behind it or is it another stab at Novell?
I will continue to recommend Zimbra over Exchange to customers as it is far superior so keep up the good work.