Email is so important in my operation and doings I can't risk not having access.
So, I love Zimbra, I hate all webmail clients including Squirrelmail, RoundCube, etc. They fade compared to Zimbra.
So, I keep all my emails flowing thru my ISP, me BTW, via mydomain.com
I then setup all mydomain.com addresses to forward a copy of the email to my zimbra server for the corresponding user. I run my zimbra server on mydomain.net
Via the preferences I set my reply to address and such to reflect mydomain.com
So the world just interacts with me via my .com addresses while I have the benefits of Zimbra. Sweet.
I've had my Zimbra go down but when it does I jump on RoundCube webmail and stay intouch while I fix zimbra.
Easy and works well for my situation.
Now if I could master a way to backup zimbra so I can recover from this once in a lifetime failure that somebody will get ?