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    Default Tab Request and small problems...

    Again, great client. I've got our main postfix install sending to my local account and my zimbra account and I am using zimbra entirely with very few problems thus far. A bug or two and a request or two:

    -Bug: When in the calendar, and I try to edit an event, once or twice a day the event never opens, and I have a circle-slash icon and have to reload the browser. Just seems to crash the instance, or at least halt it.

    -Request: I saw the screenshots of the shared cals, I assume that is in the next milestone before thanksgiving (hopefully)

    -Request: The tab key. When composing, I can tab from the address fields down to the Subject, but then have to put the cursor on the message body and click there. Tab seems to go around and around and eventually will get the message body.

    -Request: Spell check (looks as though this is on the way)

    -Request: docs to integrate this with our current ldap dir, postfix/courier, and database. I know, not for a while, I think if I say it enough, maybe it will just show up :-) Do you see a port for solaris 9 or 10? as we are a solaris shop.

    Thanks for all your work. Who is behind this again? Former BEA CTO and others? How is this profitable at the present time or is the plan to license? Our CEO doesn't believe me when I told him this is free. He's of the windoze mentality and does not understand the open source concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    Again, great client. I've got our main postfix install sending to my local account and my zimbra account and I am using zimbra entirely with very few problems thus far. A bug or two and a request or two:

    -Bug: When in the calendar, and I try to edit an event, once or twice a day the event never opens, and I have a circle-slash icon and have to reload the browser. Just seems to crash the instance, or at least halt it.
    Ok I'm not able to reproduce this in the current code in part because it was rewritten. Please test again once the next release is out.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    -Request: I saw the screenshots of the shared cals, I assume that is in the next milestone before thanksgiving (hopefully)
    Yes it is in.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    -Request: The tab key. When composing, I can tab from the address fields down to the Subject, but then have to put the cursor on the message body and click there. Tab seems to go around and around and eventually will get the message body.
    This is fixed in the next release.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    -Request: Spell check (looks as though this is on the way)
    Ditto. In the next release.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    -Request: docs to integrate this with our current ldap dir, postfix/courier, and database. I know, not for a while, I think if I say it enough, maybe it will just show up :-) Do you see a port for solaris 9 or 10? as we are a solaris shop.
    If you integrate the "Zimbra Way" I think you can do this today. Just run our postfix, SA, ClamAV, etc behind your postfix. You can setup auth with your external directory. If you really want to pick apart Zimbra and just take our server/client then it will be a bit harder. In the next release we've made this easier by provding makefiles for all the 3rd party dependancies. This way if you want you can compile on what ever OS you like and make your own. As for Zimbra supporting Solaris we'd like to at some point but it's not on the top of our list.

    Quote Originally Posted by vaitguy
    Thanks for all your work. Who is behind this again? Former BEA CTO and others? How is this profitable at the present time or is the plan to license? Our CEO doesn't believe me when I told him this is free. He's of the windoze mentality and does not understand the open source concept.
    There's alot of smart people here. Satish our CEO talked about us a little here. Most of us have been friends or co-workers for several years. You can read the about page to get a list of our past companies and the VC firms that are backing us. We will release a Network that includes full support and a host of other advanced features. We hope that those of you who like the OSS version will upgrade to the Network version to show your support. This also is good for the non-OSS types who like to pay for stuff.

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