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    Default Where to download the Connector for Outlook (Free Edition)

    hi there zimbra gurus,

    our company recently shifted to zimbra, and since i'm used into microsoft outlook interface, and as i browsed through the web, i found out that this is really possible to receive mails on outlook so i downloaded the connector (ZimbraOlkConnector-5.0.5_GA_2199_5.0.2580.5) but the problem is when i configure the username, server name and etc... then i clicked apply... there's an error message, prompting that the connector i am using is for the network server , instead i must use the Free Edition...
    by the way, i'm using Microsoft Office 2003

    anybody knows here where to download the free edition? your help is very much appreciated.
    Last edited by FreeZeBox; 06-13-2008 at 02:32 PM.

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    Welcome to the forums,

    Tthe Zimbra Connector for Outlook (ZCO) only works against the Network Edition, the Open Source Edition doesn't have MAPI sync. (You can use IMAP or POP - talk to your IT dept to find out more.)

    You can compare features in the versions here: /products/product_editions.html

    To find your server version-
    Preferred, via the command line:
    Code:
    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v
    Or in the main search bar of the advanced (ajax) web-client enter:
    Code:
    $set:get version
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/announcements/12153-dont-forget-update-your-profile.html#post62754

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    thank you so much mmorse for your immediate response..

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