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    Hi,

    We currently run two Zimbra instances, one for most of our clients, and one dedicated for a client that wanted a "private" Zimbra install.

    If I want to offer BlackBerry support for both types, do I need two BES instances (one for each Zimbra) or can I configure BES to talk to both Zimbras?

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    If it is a multi-server install you can use 1 BES instance. If it is 2 independent Zimbra installations, you need 2 BES instances.
    Sam Khavari

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    And can those two BES instances be installed on the same server? Or do I need a completely separate server with a BES on it?

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    You'll need different machines for this (VMs?). BES won't know how tell its agents resposible for synchronizing data to contact zimbra1 for some users and zimbra2 for others.
    Sam Khavari

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