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Just signed up and got my email, but it comes in vmx and ovf format. KVM support would be nice.

Reading through the selling points for this it was pushing how expensive Exchange is, but to try get away from exchange and still be left with having to pay for VMWare does not help much.

I'm going to play around and try get the ovf converted so I can load it into my KVM, but would be nice to just have it work.
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For testing purpose you can use either free VSphere Hypervisor or even free VMware Player.

KVM may become supported in the future. For now we believe that VMware is more convenient for deployment and testing. Particularly when you are not familiar with terminal and command line.
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We use Proxmox for virtualizing almost a dozen Kerio servers in our datacenter. Works great, no issues. Please consider supporting KVM.

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Is there any news to this thread regarding KVM or other virtualization technologies? We use libvirt and Virtualbox, but not vmware, but certainly need a multiserver setup soon.

Is it just not the "supported" way to use other solutions or will it not work at all? i am asking because theoretically virtualbox and libvirt could work with vmware images

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