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    Zimbra desktop access I believe is through ports...

    Zimbra desktop access I believe is through ports 80 and/or 443 ... 443 is required for access to the webmail client.
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    Nobody? .

    Nobody? .
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    Block Zimbra Desktop access?

    Hi,
    Is it possible to block users from using Zimbra Desktop? We want them to use the webmail client only. This is to prevent them from (accidentally or intentionally) downloading their complete...
  4. Problem: RDNS_NONE positive for localhost / 127.0.0.1

    Hi,

    Problem: mail sent internally (through the webmail interface) gets a positive score on RDNS_NONE. We have set RDNS_NONE to a score of 5, because mail from external mail servers without reverse...
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    How to turn off IM logging

    Hi,
    We have the chat service on, but do not want to store the chat sessions in the Chat folder. How do we do this?
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    in imapsync to get access to ernie's mailbox...

    in imapsync to get access to ernie's mailbox using the sxadmin account use --user1 mboxadmin:sxadmin:ernie --password1 sxadminspassword (better use passfile!)
  7. Did you figure this out? I am struggling with the...

    Did you figure this out? I am struggling with the same. CentOS 5; ZCS 5.0 OS. Root CA should be the UTN.cer, but I get an error (invalid certificate). Weird.
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    Yes! One second after posting the previous...

    Yes! One second after posting the previous message figured it out!

    Brief howto moving passwords from Scalix to Zimbra:
    (there may be a more efficient way!)

    - Create Zimbra user accounts the...
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    Pindawen and others, I am in the same situation....

    Pindawen and others,
    I am in the same situation. Have you been able to import Scalix passwords into Zimbra? I am struggling with the MD5/crypt stuff but cannot figure out what is the right way to do...
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