Been quiet here on the blog, but quite the opposite here inside Zimbra. We opened up CVS for those who want to live on the edge. We’ve also released the first beta of our Outlook Connector. Those of you trying the new Outlook support you can comment and discuss it here. Today we also posted […]
Pushed a couple new OSS binary builds. Mac OSX and Fedora Core 4. These have not had as much QA as the Fedroa 3 and Red Hat builds so any feedback will help us make these better. The release notes have been updated as well. You can get the builds here.
To enter a mature market, start-ups need there to be dislocators or “sea changes” in technology or business model or, better yet, both. For example, WebLogic (my last time around the block) benefited from three technology dislocators and one business model dislocator: (1) The emergence of the Web, and the associated requirement to deliver Web-enabled […]
Don’t have time to download the latest release? You can see it now on our hosted demo Zimbra- Hosted Demo Registration
We’ve released our 2nd milestone build. We’ve also put out the first beta of the Network Release. You can download a Network trial here. Tons of bug fixes and some new stuff, here’s some highlights. (more…)
In our first ever release, we relied on iptables for port forwarding so that a regular user process could have access to privileged ports (ie, ports < 1024 can be bound only by root). Eg, our IMAP server would bind to port 7143, and iptables would be setup to forward port 143 to 7143. (more…)