We are planning to to deploy Zimbra for our business house. I am planning a brief session for awareness and brief introduction to zimbra for all our users. There is a very nice video at Zimbra Collaboration Suite Flash Demo Can I download it to my local harddrive, so that I can run it on our projection system?
I don't believe there would be any problem with that. :)
Originally Posted by dipeshmehta
It doesn't as simple as that (as far as concerned to me). Its flash video, and I could not save the file. I want something that can be run offline also.
Originally Posted by phoenix
I know it's an old thread, but I have an answer.
I use DownloadHelper (DownloadHelper - Media download Firefox extension) as a Firefox add-in. It will capture the flash video (FLV) and convert to mpeg or other (if required).
It works for Youtube and most flash based video (yes 'those' sites, too!), unfortunately not BBC iPlayer.
I don't believe there's specific legislation for work from home if it's just a 'few hours per week' (or whatever you do) but you may want to look at the health & Safety section here: Working from home : Directgov - Employment - that also has a link to the H&S at work page. You may also want to check if you need any liability insurance for yourself or any other members of staff or customers that may visit (if they're likely to) your home, from my memory of UK legislation I don't think it's necessary just for you.