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Zimbra to be Acquired by Yahoo?

Is Yahoo moving into the online office market? Today on TechCrunch Michael Arrington posted about a $350 million acquisition of Zimbra that's likely in the works. Zimbra provides an open-source messaging and collaboration platform that provides users with web/Ajax-based access to integrated email, PIM, calendaring, voice and online documents.

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