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    Default Help with new installation

    Hello forum,

    first post, so please type slowly

    I would like to set up zimbra in our office (5 accounts). I would like to use the webinterface only and I want it to be quick, so I want to install it on a dedicated box on our lan. Our internet connection is not very reliable, but we have a webserver co-hosted at our ISP. I would like to install zimbra on that box too, so that our mails and calendars would be duplicated and available on the web when we are out of the office.

    Is that even possible to set up? Would that work if I were to use the address of our hosted server's zimbra instead of pavietnam.vn in this example? Please help.

    Wannabe Bass
    Last edited by wannabebass; 04-09-2009 at 03:27 AM.

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    That seems a bit complicated... as to whether you can do it, no obvious way comes to mind. If your goal is to have access in your office - which has spotty Internet reliability, and also off-site... why not install at your ISP, and use something like Zimbra Desktop, which syncs your mailbox locally. So even if your Internet is down at the office, you can still work/have access to your mail/calendar off-line, and when the connection comes back up, ZDesktop will re-sync anything new/changed?

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