The Zimbra posting policy naturally applies to all areas of the Zimbra Community including but not limited to Forums, Gallery, Wiki, Blog, Developer Zone, Bugzilla etc.
While below rules and terms of service cover the most common situations, they cannot anticipate everything. Consequently Zimbra reserves the right to take any actions we deem appropriate to ensure these community tools are not disrupted or abused in any way; such as moving, editing, holding, giving infractions, deleting, temporary banning or closing any thread/account.
By participating, you warrant that you will not post any messages that are obscene, vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, related to illegal activities, or otherwise violative common law.
No spam is permitted. Any comments deemed to be excessive commercial advertising, affiliate or referral links, or outright harmful in nature (viruses, bad commands such as "fix it by running rm -rf /") can and will be removed. This includes using the private message systems to solicit or recruit other members. Obviously vulgar, sexually-orientated, hateful, threatening, or things related to illegal activities are not permitted.
Avoid Self-promotion: If your first post is to link to an outside product, moderators usually consider that spam. Help a few others, gain our trust and respect, and we will generally be more understanding. A link in your signature is much different than digging up every old thread just to mention a slightly related site.
To post in many of these locations, registration/email verification is required. Members should represent themselves accurately; those found pretending to be someone else or simulating multiple people to skew the results of a vote will have their accounts deleted.
If you feel a post violates any of these principles, please use the reporting mechanism within that area of the site, contact Zimbra
, a moderator
, email community@ or respective sections such as forums@ or gallery@
Zimbra may terminate your account if it believes, in its sole discretion, that you have violated any of the terms of this agreement, or that you have engaged in any behavior that Zimbra believes, in its sole discretion, is harmful to the operation of forums.
Thank you for helping to keep our excellent community a professional place.