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    Default Can't save to Sent Folder

    I'm not finding any help browsing the forums, so I'll start a new thread.

    Release 5.0.9_GA_2533.UBUNTU8 UBUNTU8 FOSS edition

    I've currently trying to set up a Thunderbird client to connect to the Zimbra server by way of an IMAP connection, which is allowed and configured on the server. I've punched in all the correct account info and correct credentials. I can send e-mails and receive e-mails, however when I send e-mails from the Thunderbird client, I get a few error messages about not being able to save the message to the Sent folder. If I send an e-mail from the webmail portal to the Zimbra server, there's no problem.

    On the server, I've mounted a network share to use as a mail store, but permissions should be okay. I could be wrong, there, though. Otherwise, I don't know what's going on. Any ideas out there?

    Lawrence

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    Check /opt/zimbra/log/zmmailboxd.log for any error messages.

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    uxbod, thanks for that reminder. Even after years of playing around with it, I'm still a bit of newbie with Linux. It turns out that I hadn't given proper permission to the zimbra user/group for the mounted message store. It's working properly now.

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