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    Smile How I can download the 'zmmailbox CLI'

    Hello,

    How I can download the 'zmmailbox CLI' in my Win. server .Actually I need to use CLI for exporting & importing mails to/from my Zimbra account.



    Please advice .



    Regards,
    Ashish

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    Why is this posted in the Developers forum when it isn't a question about anything to do with Zimbra Development? I'll move it to the correct forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashish12345 View Post
    How I can download the 'zmmailbox CLI' in my Win. server
    You can't, it's a linux utility run on the Zimbra server.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashish12345 View Post
    Actually I need to use CLI for exporting & importing mails to/from my Zimbra account.
    Why not actually use the Import/Export tools built into the Web UI for your account? You could read the Help system in the UI or some of the articles in these forums and wiki on how to do what you want.
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    Hi Bill,

    I got disappointed that Zimbra is not useful in Window os. That's
    why it is not popular in India.

    Can you help me in one thing that how can I give user id/password in browser url in order to download the mail folder
    in my local machine.

    Request you understand my situation.

    Regards,
    Rahul

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    Any can help me to provide the solution .

    How can I pass userid/password in browser url in order to download mail folder in my local machine.


    i.e : http://localhost:7070/home/john.doe/inbox.rss


    ZCS 6.0:Zimbra REST API Reference - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    It's simple... you can't.

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    Did you check the link : ZCS 6.0:Zimbra REST API Reference - Zimbra :: Wiki


    it says ,it is possible . But it didn't mention the exact way.

    Please advice .

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    Do you have an ZCS installation?

    If so, do you have admin privileges?

    ccelis

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    Thanks ccelis5215 for your quick reply.

    I don't have ZCS installation . I tried to find the link for it in
    Window plateform but never succeed .

    See, I am able to download the mailbox through browser url from my account after manually login . But actually I need it through program (c#) for that I need to pass userid/password through my program to download it .

    I think it is possible. That link which shared you in my last msg clearly mention that it is possible but never mention how it will be.

    Thanks in advance.

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    ... figure you have access a ZCS ...

    Read this Preauth - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Regards!

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    Any idea ,how to create preauth key :

    string preauthkey = "3298a239b8983c723874893274...";

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