Zimbra, a global leader in unified collaboration software, announced today the availability of Zimbra Desktop 7.2.5, a free and open source email client application that provides users online and offline access to all of their email accounts in one place.
Zimbra Desktop supports today's flexible work environments by providing a rich and consistent user experience offline. With Zimbra Desktop, users can work offline in Zimbra Collaboration email, voice, calendar, contacts, files and more from their desktop and then reconnect to synchronize their work. The free and open source email client works with any email account – integrating Gmail, Hotmail,
"The latest release of Zimbra Desktop reaffirms our commitment to open source," said
Zimbra Desktop 7.2.5 updates Zimbra Desktop for use with Zimbra's upcoming summer release of Zimbra Collaboration 8.5. It also provides an upgrade path for organizations that are currently using Zimbra Desktop 2.0.x. Zimbra plans to release a brand new user experience for Zimbra Desktop later in the fall.
Zimbra Desktop 7.2.5 is available now. To download Zimbra Desktop or try a 60-day trial of Zimbra Collaboration, go to Zimbra.com today.
Zimbra powers collaboration for the way you work. Zimbra connects people and information with unified collaboration software that includes email, calendaring, file sharing, activity streams, social communities and more. With technology designed for social, mobile and the cloud, Zimbra gives individuals the flexibility to work from virtually anywhere, through nearly every computer, tablet and mobile device.
Zimbra's software is trusted by more than 5,000 companies and government customers, as well as by service providers who manage Zimbra in the cloud for more than 200,000 businesses. With customers including
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