[ngw] Zimbra client with Groupwise

Joseph Marton jmmarton at gmail.com
Fri Apr 30 12:41:11 UTC 2010

I would think you'd be limited to IMAP.  They could use Zimbra against
an Exchange backend and get all the features, but I don't believe it
has a way to speak "natively" to a GW backend.


On Fri, Apr 30, 2010 at 7:38 AM, Dan Sadaka <dan at web-site1.com> wrote:
> Good morning all...
> I have a client asking me to host their email.  They are currently using
> Zimbra and "just changed to it 6 months ago" and don't want to make another
> switch as yet.  My limited knowledge of Zimbra (supports IMAP) led me to
> believe that it would be fine to continue letting them use the Zimbra client
> and host GW on the server.
> Now, I've read more about Zimbra and see that it is more feature-rich than a
> simple IMAP client would be.  I'm worried that if they are using any of the
> more advanced features (shared folders, shared address books, etc), that
> they would lose these capabilities.
> Anyone have users using the Zimbra client?  If so, are they restricted to
> simple IMAP capabilities?
> TIA,
> Dan
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