Scaling up Zimbra

We are now working with some of the Zimbra early adopters on larger-scale deployments, including enduser deployments upwards of 100 thousand mailboxes, and hosted/internet service provider deployments north of 1 million mailboxes. In general, the individual (per mailbox) profiles tends to be on the smaller side (typically, <100 messages/day, <200Mb average mailbox size), but the […]

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Will there be a Web 2.0 browser war?

IE 6 is an inadequate platform for developing advanced Web 2.0 applications. I suspect that a number of hard core web application developers will nod their heads in agreement with this statement. From my experience, IE 6 is certainly more challenging to work with than some of its competitors, and it exhibits some very unpleasant […]

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Zimbra, MPL, and the GPL

This blog entry has been burning a hole in my pocket for a few weeks, but it’s on the more esoteric topic of open source licensing, so those looking for exciting new tech ought to instead check our Ross’ blog on ALE (Ajax Linking & Embedding). As most of probably already know, Zimbra chose the […]

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