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Thread: 5.05 on Ubuntu 6.06.2

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    Default 5.05 on Ubuntu 6.06.2

    First off thanks to all that helped during my arduous effort to make this work with what I have.

    I started with a Debian 3.0 system, that had been upgraded to 3.1, and years later I have upgraded it to 4.0 (mostly). It still runs Exim3 rather than 4 due to the effort needed to install, let alone migrate to Exim4. This build after many hours/days/weeks turns out to not be able to route email correctly for a split domain.

    After realizing this, I blew off steam for an hour or so with heavy machinery in our service bay. Hydraulic rams and flat harddrives are amusing.

    Once all my hard drives were pancakish, I decided to forgo the standard split domain recommendations and I set up a subdomain with all roads pointing to Zimbra. It was on our DMZ along with the current mail server.

    An hour after uninstalling I had Zimbra up and running. It works, I'm testing, we are evaluating. Thanks all.

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    Cool, and now that you just got 5.0.5 installed, you can do your first upgrade
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/announc...5-0-6-out.html

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    I had it upgrading mere minutes after I posted. Since then I have ran the upgrade and all went well. 5.0.5 > 5.0.6 went great.

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