[horde] greetings - some quick questions

Rick Romero rick at havokmon.com
Wed Jun 11 18:34:19 UTC 2014

  Quoting Tim Streit <ledoktre at meanie.us>:

> Greetings to all ;
> 3.  EAS.  I saw a note in the setup where it says that it is intended
> for use outside the US, or if they have bought an EAS license.  I'm
> curious about this - a license from whom, Microsoft?  Horde?  How do
> programs like Zarafa or Zimbra get by with Z-push, when this program has
> some common roots, or at least that is my understanding?

You can purchase licenses from Microsoft for using the ActiveSync
protocol.  There is an initial deposit, and they you pay per mailbox
(which inititally comes from the deposit).  I'm not familiar with Zarafa,
but Zimbra does not include ActiveSync support in the free version.


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