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    Default Zimbra Assistant Buddy

    Dear all,
    I'm on Zimbra 5.0.5 and I'm very happy about the new feature of Zimbra 5. Now, i'm testing IM and have successful in chatting. However, I realize that it has Zimbra Assistant Buddy by default. I wonder what does it mean? And could I remove it from Buddy list or replace it by a buddy on the system (example: one user admin)?
    I have tried to set zimbraFeatureZimbraAssistantEnabled feature to FALSE but not successful?

    Could you explain the feature clearly?


    Many thanks to Zimbra Community

    Best Regards,

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    The Zimbra Assistant is the text based quick-command utility you get by pressing the ~` key:

    Or by opening a chat with that auto user:

    Hm, it doesn't seem that zimbraFeatureZimbraAssistantEnabled FALSE made a difference so I opened: Bug 27893 - zimbraFeatureZimbraAssistantEnabled FALSE not respected

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    Thanks for your reply!

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    Could you update your profile so I know what version your running?
    (Seems the zimbraFeatureZimbraAssistantEnabled FALSE not working can't be repo'd easily.)

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