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funifuni
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I have four questions about Carbonio CE, from Japan. I'm sorry that I am not good at English.

My questions are below.

1)I have read release document published 10th Jan, and I have known carbonio translated to 14 languages.

   Does Carbonio CE include Japanese?

2)Dose doc server need another node like zimbra OSE?

3)When will zextras release ubuntu20 version and Redhat/CentOS version?

4)Will zextras sell (zextras suite licenses for zimbra) together as usual?

   or carbonio license and zextras suite licenses will be integrated?

 

As small and medium size hosting provider like me, which should choose zimbra OSE or Carbonio CE?

Will Zimbra OSE (by zextras) be abolished from now on? and will zextras suite license and team basic/pro licenses also be abolished?

 

Please tell me. I apologize for my poor English.  


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Paolo
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Posted by: @funifuni
Hi funifuni,

I have four questions about Carbonio CE, from Japan. I'm sorry that I am not good at English.

My questions are below.

1)I have read release document published 10th Jan, and I have known carbonio translated to 14 languages.

   Does Carbonio CE include Japanese?

Yes, Japanese is one the available languages for Carbonio and CarbonioCE

 

2)Dose doc server need another node like zimbra OSE?

Yes, because of resource usage is better to have a separated nodes for Docs and for the videoserver.

We are going to release more documentation on Multi-server installation to getter size your infrastructure.

3)When will zextras release ubuntu20 version and Redhat/CentOS version?

Within a month we will release more builds, first the Ubuntu20 and then RHEL.

About CentoOS we are still evaluating all the forks so every suggestion in welcome.

4)Will zextras sell (zextras suite licenses for zimbra) together as usual?

   or carbonio license and zextras suite licenses will be integrated?

Carbonio is the commercial version of CarbonioCE that includes all the enterprise feature, including the ones available in Zextras Suite.

 

As small and medium size hosting provider like me, which should choose zimbra OSE or Carbonio CE?

Will Zimbra OSE (by zextras) be abolished from now on? and will zextras suite license and team basic/pro licenses also be abolished?

If you are looking for enterprise feature like   https://www.zextras.com/carbonio/ ,Carbonio is the best choice because is fully supported by Zextras and includes more features than Zextras Suite over Zimbra OSE. Yu can contact us thought the form on that page to receive more informations and documentation on all the enterprise feature Carbonio offers.

 

If you want a free version I would say CarbonioCE is better but you need to wait a little bit for the Production ready version. We are working very hard (take a look to all the repo we are adding and  all the commit in Gitbub) to complete all the packages and to port all the OpenSource code from Carbonio to CarbonioCE.

We will release new builds every week until we reach the GA grade.

 

Please tell me. I apologize for my poor English.  

Thank you for you questions and do not hesitate to contact us for any further need.

 


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funifuni
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@paolo Thank you, Mr.Paolo.I appreciate your answer.

May I ask you another question. Installation carbonio CE is available on Hyper-V(WindowsSever)?

 

I will create Ubuntu virtual machine on WindowServer's Hyper-V environment, and will install CarbonioCE into ubuntu18.

Is it possible?


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Paolo
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Posted by: @funifuni

@paolo Thank you, Mr.Paolo.I appreciate your answer.

May I ask you another question. Installation carbonio CE is available on Hyper-V(WindowsSever)?

 

I will create Ubuntu virtual machine on WindowServer's Hyper-V environment, and will install CarbonioCE into ubuntu18.

Is it possible?

Carbonio CE and Carbonio are packages for Linux therefore once you created a Linux machine on your Hypervisor you can install the application on top of it with the package manager.

 


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funifuni
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@paolo Thank you for your reply! I was relieved to hear that.


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