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Thread: Outlook connector with multiple PCs for the same user?

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    Default Outlook connector with multiple PCs for the same user?

    I'm testing on an office box and a laptop, and I can't get both to update to match the server. If I get the laptop updating correctly by uninstall/reinstall and deletion of profiles, then the desktop won't work until I repeat the process, etc. etc.

    Is this a normal function, or am I supposed to only use the outlook connector on one machine?

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    Just to ask...could you just use the webmail interface on one of them?

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    Sure. However the outlook interface is very comfortable for our traveling folks, and will work even disconnected on an airplane, so utilizing outlook in several places is desired.

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    What version of Zimbra and Connector are you using? You can get that information from:

    su - zimbra
    zmcontrol -v


    I would certainly think it should be able to be used multiple places.

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    Release 5.0.11_GA_2695.RHEL5_20081117020711 CentOS5 NETWORK edition

    ZimbraOlkConnector-5.0.11_GA_2695_5.0.2817.11

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