making Zarafa act like Exchange using IMAP

5 pts.
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IMAP
Linux configuration
MAPI
Microsoft Exchange
We have changed from MS server to Linux clearOS based one, and instead of Exchange we have Zarafa - all good, except on the mail side.  Simply, we want what Exchange can give - a server hosted mailbox that gets synchronised to client machine so on client side you get off-line access, but work done on your client machine in off-line mode then gets updated to server once connected, or other way round; if you use 3[sup]rd[/sup] party machine and access your email from web, then when next connected, your local copy mirrors what you did on the server.

Software/Hardware used:
Zarafa

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