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    Default When is GA expected?

    I was very impressed by the demo, it looks like you have a winner on your hands. When can we expect a General Availability Release?

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    At the moment this is planned for November.

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    KevinH,
    Can you comment on the upgrade from the current beta release to the GA release? Based on the feature changes and bugs being fixed in the GA release, will we be able to install the GA release ontop of the current beta release without issues. Or will we have to do a clean install of the GA release?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmiddleton
    KevinH,
    Can you comment on the upgrade from the current beta release to the GA release? Based on the feature changes and bugs being fixed in the GA release, will we be able to install the GA release ontop of the current beta release without issues. Or will we have to do a clean install of the GA release?
    Our goal is to make it as easy as possible. If there are no changes to the DB or LDAP schema you simply run install.sh from the new release and it will automatically upgrade you. If there are schma changes you'll have to shutdown and run a couple perl scripts to migrate the schema, then run install.sh from the new release.

    This is the process we use internally to upgrade our corp mail, so we know it works.

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