I am trying to set up a wiki-ish system on our zimbra install, where there is a single shared notebook and everyone can edit/change etc - this will be used for common information like numbers, forms etc.
I have set up the domain documents in the admin gui, and left the default "everyone in the domain full access" to them, using the admin@domain user.
I expected to have this appear in the users documents tab, but it did not, so I have tried 2 other options, one with zmprov to create the document mount (as "wiki") and another with right-click on users documents, and link to shared notebook (this was then called "Admin's notebook").
As the user that just mapped this, I created a "home" page in the shared notebook, which saved fine. Then trying to link to other pages from this becomes difficult (maybe its a bug with the wysiwyg editor's "insert link" function) - If I add "anotherpage" from "Admin's Notebook"), it makes a link like [[//Admin's notebook/anotherpage]]. This links to http://domain.com/home/admin@domain/Admin's notebook/anotherpage - which does not exist, so Im given the chance to edit it, but not save what Ive done.
I guess the way around this is to have the "mount" name the same as the actual name of the notebook. Has anyone got a nice method of creating a single shared doc repo? Any hints appreciated!