We are small marketing office who's are planning to expand our services
to web hosting for some of our customers in name of "making it easy for them".
And we are considering to use zimbra in mail servers (multidomain etc...)
But i have some questions first
1. System requirements:
Your manuals says that in production use server with zimbra needs 2G RAM.
Thats wow... a lot. With our current plans we would have max. 30 email accounts.
So are you saying that it is really needing that much. Platform would be debian etch.
I have feeling that debian + simple mail server with that amount of clients can run
with 128Mt ram, lets say apache + mysql around 150Mt.
So is openldap + application server + your codebase really needing that 1,7G in
such a small usage? I assume it installs anyway without really checking amount of ram?
As mentioned previously we would be offering that as mail server for those of our clients
who are wanting that we are hosting and administrating their websites. I assume
that if we are using opensource edition we can still do that without charge as
project seems to use sourceforge.net (what is requiring that license will be open),
if we use opensource edition.
And pay if we want to offer better features for our clients.
Would we need to buy in that case by business license or contact to negotiate for
price? If we are counted as service providers in case of opensource edition it is enough
attleast if we remove all logos and names what is indicating to your trademarks, right?
Thanks for all answers what i possible get