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    Default Building index manually

    Hi,

    I've just begun migration from a standard IMAP service to Zimbra. Downloading the IMAP mail works fine, but then when you browse through the folders, the index is updated on the fly.

    Is there a way to manually instruct Zimbra to build the indices? I'd hate to go through hundreds of folders to do that, and I also prefer the users don't have this hassle.

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    The mailboxes get indexed automatically.
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    I found out the issue is different.

    When you login to Zimra, you only get the 50 first conversations, until you scroll down. Can I configure it so that it shows them all? I can't seem to find such an option.

    Not only do I know that the users want this, but I also need this to be able to move all the mails from one folder to another. Moving the scrollbar until it has a complete list I can select, is kind if cumbersome

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    Quote Originally Posted by halfgaar View Post
    When you login to Zimra, you only get the 50 first conversations, until you scroll down. Can I configure it so that it shows them all? I can't seem to find such an option.
    No, yuo scroll down the page or hit the 'end' button to page down one page at a time (go to user Preferences/Shortcuts to see the available shortcuts).

    Quote Originally Posted by halfgaar View Post
    Not only do I know that the users want this, but I also need this to be able to move all the mails from one folder to another.
    Then use the filters and apply them to the current mail

    Quote Originally Posted by halfgaar View Post
    Moving the scrollbar until it has a complete list I can select, is kind if cumbersome
    Then you should show your users how powerful the search function is.
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    Then use the filters and apply them to the current mail
    That's a good idea. I'll do that.

    Then you should show your users how powerful the search function is.
    I was planning to . I made one folder called "archive" and working with a whole bunch of folders to store mail in will be outlawed

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