Zimbra Desktop
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Zimbra Desktop gives users access to the same sleek Zimbra experience, and showcases the latest technologies that have until now only been available via Web-based applications including:
  • 'Mash-ups' with other services; for example, when viewing an e-mail, users can see their schedule by hovering over a date, or see the status of a flight by looking at a flight number;
  • Powerful search that can quickly scan a user's e-mail and pull up relevant content;
  • Built-in organization capabilities including automatically converting e-mails into conversations and advanced
What's New
Version 7.2.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later





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ver. 7.x:
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Strob reviewed on 25 Sep 2011
Installed this this thing out of curiosity. Can't figure out why anyone would decide to use this with its overly complex UI. Reminds me of Outlook. Can't sync calendars or contacts without Zimbra dialing Youtube. What the ----? No thank you. Bad app. In the trash you go.
[Version 7.1.2]


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+5

Drking reviewed on 12 Aug 2011
I really like the newly updated Zimbra. I find it fast and the search capabilities extensive; also saved searches. I like the fact that I can right-click on a senders name in the message pane and search all messages from that sender quickly.

The last time I tried Zimbra was several months ago and I would have given it 3 stars then. But this recent update shows there's been many changes -- some nice changes.
[Version 7.1.1]


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JPP-Zoso reviewed on 07 Jul 2011
i completely agree with Smtips. this is a horrible app. i do not get all the raving. it has been broken since v2.x when yahoo! bought out zimbra. had hopes when vmware in turn bought it from yahoo!, but other than improving the gui, not much has changed.

local mail storage is not fully recognized by the application...it's like a separate and not equal account. cannot be searched, which is pretty much the point of a database email application. saved search queries missing beaucoup messages on the server as well...which is easy to check with the web app version. tags will not migrate between server and local storage, in fact, tags will be removed when moving messages between server and local.

calendar is just plain horrendous. settings and preferences are the most convoluted i've seen in a very long time. must re-position windows and panels on each startup.

it is a constant fight with this app, which is pretty sad for email. email has been around for what now, 40 years? and these guys still can't generate an app that works for basic functionality? v7.x is prettier and faster than v1.x or v2.x ever were, but that's about the only positive thing i can say about it. pretty and fast doesn't matter much when the darn thing can't find 75% of your mail.
[Version 7.0.1]


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Smtips reviewed on 06 Jun 2010
Horrible app. All this raving about it, I tried to put in my yahoo email and password and it just did nothing. I completely uninstalled it, reinstalled it, tried again and it didn't work just like before. Said it was unable to find yahoo LOL.

But the worst of the whole thing is, I emailed these people well over a week ago and they never responded.

I think this company is attempting to harvest emails and logins for their own use. I would definitely NOT trust a company who refuses to respond to a query about their app where you have to put in your EMAIL PASSWORD.

Beware.
[Version 1.0.4]


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+4

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Jamus commented on 07 Sep 2009
Zimbra really needs to be spun back off into their own company. It is too nice an app/server for what it is getting. The increased Yahoo logo plastering is really holding them back. As long as Microsoft has partnered up with them, I just really don't see them allowing Zimbra to grow and flourish since it would put too much pressure on Exchange.
[Version 1.0.3]

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Deerskin replied on 08 Feb 2010
This should change now that VMWare acquired Zimbra from Yahoo.
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maisprof commented on 21 Aug 2009
Absolutely no response whenever I install and try to run this, except for an error in Console: "Couldn't load XPCOM."
[Version 1.0.2]


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+69
tfindlay commented on 01 Aug 2009
I might be tempted to use this if it wasn't so darned ugly!
[Version 1.0.2]


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+73

pcharles reviewed on 28 Apr 2009
It has taken a while to become useful, but is coming along nicely now. I still prefer Apple Mail for my day-to-day mail, but this program is less of a headache than running iCal using CalDAV on our university system.
[Version 1.0]


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+14
Bongo_x had trouble on 23 Apr 2014
Can’t for the life of me figure out how to uninstall this.
[Version 7.2.3]



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Paul_paris rated on 24 Sep 2011

[Version 7.1.2]



Stormer313 rated on 09 Aug 2011

[Version 7.1.1]


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Version Downloads:387
Type:Business : Applications
License:Free
Date:07 Aug 2013
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
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Zimbra Desktop gives users access to the same sleek Zimbra experience, and showcases the latest technologies that have until now only been available via Web-based applications including:
  • 'Mash-ups' with other services; for example, when viewing an e-mail, users can see their schedule by hovering over a date, or see the status of a flight by looking at a flight number;
  • Powerful search that can quickly scan a user's e-mail and pull up relevant content;
  • Built-in organization capabilities including automatically converting e-mails into conversations and advanced tagging; and
  • Advanced calendaring that gives users access to their most important appointments and schedule even when they are on the go.


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