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  1. #1
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    Default Community or Server Edition - upgrade?

    Hi,
    we are testing the Open xchange Server in our company.
    Now there are a 2 questions concerning the different editions:

    1. which version do we have right now (we followed the installation procedure from http://oxpedia.org/wiki/index.php?ti...for_Debian_5.0)
    Is this really the Community Edition?

    2. if the installation will fulfill our needs, can we upgrade to the commercial edition e.g. Server Edition?

    regards
    Jens

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    if you did not enter a license code or maintenance subscription, you've installed the "Community Edition". On the technical side there is not much difference, but the Server/Hosting Edition comes with support, SLA, commercial plugins etc.

    You could also get in contact with the sales team and request a proof of concept or trial version with pre-sales support.

    Greetings

  3. #3
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    Hi Martin,
    thank you for your reply.
    Does that mean that we can buy a Server Edition for our company, type in the license code and then have done the upgrade?

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    Basically: yes - but in contrast to the Community Edition, the Server Edition has fixed releases and version numbers. If you use a snapshot or nightly build of the Community Edition, that might become an issue. I suggest to contact our sales people for more information and options.

    Greetings

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