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    you also have to set an https-Server as an update adress, because it would refuse to work with insecure update connections.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cabotine View Post
    you also have to set an https-Server as an update adress, because it would refuse to work with insecure update connections.
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    I just changed http: to https: in the rdf and it worked fine (obviously it wlil never find an update.

    <em:updateURL>http://curple.com/zimbracheck/update.rdf</em:updateURL>
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    <em:updateURL>https://curple.com/zimbracheck/update.rdf</em:updateURL>

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    thats what I meant

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    After playing around with it some more, it looks like it is better just to remove the entire line, otherwise you will get an error message if you do a "Find Updates" in the Add-Ons/ Extensions menu. Doesn't do any harm either way.

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    Default help installing for FF3

    i followed the 2 directions in changing the install.rdf... when i open the new zimbracheck.xpi it shows the install dialogue in FF. after clicking install the installation tab is blank and the extension isn't there. Am I doing something wrong? or missing something?
    my org uses ZCS5.*

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    It sounds like you possibly did not package all the files and folders back. The zipped xpi package should have 2 directories - chrome and defaults (both have subdirectories, and three files - build, chrome.manifest, and install.rdf

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    Default FINALLY! Updated for FF3

    Many apologies for this taking so long.

    Zimbracheck 0.14 now works with FF3.

    Existing FF3 users will have to uninstall and then re-install the addon. You can install the addon by going to ZimbraCheck Firefox Extension and clicking on the link at the top of the page.

    Let me know if there are any problems.
    Bugzilla - Wiki - Downloads - Before posting... Search!

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    I upgraded from ZCS 5.0.18 -> 6.0.2. Now Zimbracheck is not notifying me anymore. Instead when i click on it in Firefox (3.5.4) at the lower right, it says, "Couldn't read search results."

    Is there any plans to update it to work with ZCS 6.0.x?

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    Same for me, after 6.0.2 upgrade the extension stopped working.

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    Our IT department just updated Zimbra, and as above, the extension comes back with "Couldn't read search results."

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