The free Zimbra Desktop client allows you to meld the online and offline worlds â€“ storing and synching your email, calendar, contacts, files and documents in the cloud, yet having them locally accessible when on the road. Zimbra Desktop aggregates information across accounts (Zimbra, Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, etc.) and social networks (Facebook, Digg, Twitter, etc.) to help make communicating & sharing information easier than ever.
Key Features of Zimbra Desktop:
- Work Online or Offline
Zimbra Desktop is the perfect compliment to Zimbraâ€™s web interfaces because it allows you to have your Zimbra email, calendar, contacts, document, shares and files on your local desktop as well as saved in the cloud. If you ever offline, you can keep on working and when you re-connect all your data automatically syncs again. It even works with any other email account.
- All Your Accounts in One Place
Zimbra Desktop allows you to collect multiple accounts in a single place. Whether Yahoo! Mail, Gmail, Hotmail or AOL mail, all of your email, calendar and contacts are integrated into a single UI along with your Zimbra mail. Itâ€™s simple to set up and, best of all it can all be accessed offline. Try doing that with your existing webmail accounts.
- A Social Gathering
Zimbra Desktop also provides a single place to gather all tweets, Facebook posts, Digg articles, and many more. Itâ€™s the most complete cross-platform email and social media account manager available today. And when used with Zimbra Collaboration Suite, your information is now available everywhere â€“ whether at your desktop, in front of a browser or on your mobile phone.
Other Key Features of Zimbra:
- Email, contacts, calendar, and documents all in one application
- Syncs Zimbra, Yahoo! Mail and Gmail email, contacts and calendars
- Read email from any POP or IMAP email account including AOL, Hotmail or business email
- Works on Windows, Mac, or Linux desktop computers
- No limit to the size of your email storage
- It works online and offline
- Available in 20 languages