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    Default Can Zimbra run a script or program on incoming email?

    If I get an incoming email with subject= ABCDEFGH,
    I would like to run a program (ie C:\temp\MyProgram.exe)

    Is this possible?

    TIA
    Steve

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    You can write an little mailboxd extension (java) that catches mailbox such events and does the desired action (eg. calling another process, etc).

    Of course, that all happens on server side, not within the client.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metux View Post
    You can write an little mailboxd extension (java) that catches mailbox such events and does the desired action (eg. calling another process, etc).

    Of course, that all happens on server side, not within the client.
    Where can I find the documentation or examples of writing a mailboxd extension in Java. My use case is to write a server extension that would inspect incoming and outgoing emails on the server and forward them to a custom CRM system we use. I've been searching the site and cannot find anything beyond ZimbraServer/docs/extensions.txt which doesn't really tell you where to find the hook points. Thanks.

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    I want to do same as you, got from incoming mail and filter then to do other job.
    My Email : 21334878@qq.com

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