Yahoo to sell Zimbra? What about Small Business?

Yahoo plans to sell Zimbra, the open source email solution it acquired in 2007.

Yahoo, in an attempt to redefine itself is shopping to sell Zimbra which they acquired for $350mn 2 years back (source).

The prime reason for Yahoo to acquire Zimbra, one of the best email solution (they even replaced Google Apps at Stanford), apart from enhancing it’s email solution was the potential integration with Y! Small Business which never really happened.

This also is a hint that Yahoo might be looking to sell off Y! Small Business in the near future, which is quite logical if you ask me.

So where does that leave Yahoo with?

It’s not a social network, but desperately wants to be one! So is it all about the home page?

What’s your opinion?

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