zcs-8.0.4-FreeBSD-9.1_amd64 packages, r5718, just download, extract and run "./FreeBSD_amd64.install.sh".
zcs-8.0.3-FreeBSD-9.1_amd64 packages, r5647, just download, extract and run "./FreeBSD_amd64.install.sh".
install.log, proof that it really works on fresh installation.
VMware Player compatible FreeBSD-9.1 amd64 image for anyone wishing a quick test. Login is 'root'. Password is 'zimbra'. Just 'cd /install && ./install.sh'. There is no swap, 4GB RAM is minimum.
I have been using zimbra on FreeBSD since 5.0.16, it is amazing piece of software. Thank you.
For all those "this is not a real FreeBSD port" people: it is not meant to be.
Have You seen "apt-get install zimbra" lately? No? See.. they (the Linux people) got official support and they still do it the old fashioned way. Why maintain separate installers?!
wiki with all the info. Building and Installation is now super easy. And you can now fetch dependencies remotely:
setenv PACKAGEROOT http://zimbra-pkg-proxy.imladris.sk && \
pkg_add -r zimbra-builddeps-8.0.3
Beat that, Linux :P.
Please, make this sticky as well.