OpenSource Edition vs Network Edition

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OpenSource Edition vs Network Edition

Postby cfreire_lt » Thu Jul 07, 2016 3:11 pm

Hola como estan, tengo una duda, soy casi nuevo en instalaciones de Zimbra, y quisiera que me ayuden con un par de dudas que tengo.

1. Si tengo un Zimbra OpenSource y quiero activarle una licencia, es posible??? Tendría necesariamente que convertirse en Network Edition o no necesariamente?

2. Cual es la diferencia entre OpenSource y Network Edition, a parte del pago obviamente?.

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Hi, I have two questions, I'm new in Zimbra installations, and would like to help me with a couple of questions I have.

1. If I have a Zimbra Open Source and later i want licenses it, it is possible ??? Would necessarily become Network Edition or not necessarily?

2. What is the difference between Open Source and Network Edition, a part of the payment obviously ?.


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Re: OpenSource Edition vs Network Edition

Postby cayaraa » Fri Jul 15, 2016 2:45 pm

cfreire_lt wrote:1. If I have a Zimbra Open Source and later i want licenses it, it is possible ??? Would necessarily become Network Edition or not necessarily?


Yeah I believe you can install the NE over the OSE thats already there and then apply the license file that you receive after paying.

cfreire_lt wrote:2. What is the difference between Open Source and Network Edition, a part of the payment obviously ?.


There are several but the 3 we use the most are, built in backup/restore, active sync for mobile access (professional NE lic), and being able to migrate mailboxes from one backend zimbra mailbox server to another (zmmailboxmove). Details can be found here:
https://www.zimbra.com/email-server-sof ... omparison/

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