Yahoo! buys Zimbra

The Yahoo! blog has posted about the purchase of Zimbra for 350 million. Zimbra, creator of an innovative Ajax-based mail client that integrates email, contacts, shared calendar, search and VoIP into an incredibly cool browser-based interface. If you’ve never experienced Zimbra, be sure to check out the demo.  Brad Garlinghouse —”Zimbra is a global leader in […]

The Yahoo! blog has posted about the purchase of Zimbra for 350 million. Zimbra, creator of an innovative Ajax-based mail client that integrates email, contacts, shared calendar, search and VoIP into an incredibly cool browser-based interface. If you’ve never experienced Zimbra, be sure to check out the demo.

 Brad Garlinghouse —”Zimbra is a global leader in email and collaboration software and its services are aimed at universities, businesses, and ISPs worldwide, which is a major driver of what made the company so attractive to us. We’re constantly being approached by these entities for our expertise in email and communications. Combining the best of Zimbra with what’s made Yahoo! Mail the top dog in web mail will not only allow us to cater to these markets better than anyone, it will allow us to expand our presence to partners and consumers at school, work, and home.

Zimbra offers incredible technology. We see great opportunities to incorporate some of their best-of-breed features (I really like their calendaring) into Yahoo!’s industry-leading communications products.”

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