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    Default 64-bit: how to compile

    hey there,

    i read in another thread that 64-bit wasn't currently supported, but that it may theoretically work if you use 64-bit libraries, and compile it from source [as opposed to using the binary RPM installation].

    can someone please ellaborate on what one needs to do to get zimbra working on a 64-bit server?

    this is purely out of interest, and i want to [read: dream of] building a 64-bit server, and running zimbra on it.

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    Marcmac would have a more complete anwser but you could start with a Fedora/Red Hat 64bit install and then follow the step in the developers guide to the source:

    http://www.zimbra.com/blog/archives/2005/08/index.html

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