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    Default How to catch zimbra read mail events?

    Hi, I want to notify another system when a mail is read in Zimbra, how to catch this read events in zimbra?

    Anyone has done this before or is there any advice?

    Thanks in advance

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    Default How to reload the webapplication by jetty

    I have modify some javascript code under a rpm installed Zimbra, but I find it not work when I refresh the browser, how to make the modification to javascrpt code function?

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    Default Monitoring Zimbra events

    Use the open source 'swatch' program.

    swatch can be set to monitor the various logs that Zimbra produces and can execute a command line program upon detection of a regex pattern.

    We've linked it to a JMS sender. Upon detection of an incoming mail we send an event to our remote JBoss system. It then reads in the users mail.

    We're looking into using a JMS receiver to execute zimbra commands .

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    Quote Originally Posted by wangyugod View Post
    I have modify some javascript code under a rpm installed Zimbra, but I find it not work when I refresh the browser, how to make the modification to javascrpt code function?
    You must get the zgz file from server(such as: Share_all.js.zgz) --> unzip it --> modify it --> zip it with this command : gzip -S .zgz Share_all.js --> upload to server, replace with the old file --> clear cache of your browser --> and it'll work

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