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    Default Naming Zimbra Server Rules

    I am using Outlook Connector version 6.0.2. When I create Zimbra server rules, I have been unable to name/rename them unless I am in the Web Client. If I create the rule/filter in the Web Client, I am presented with a text box where I am able to name the filter. This is not present in the Outlook Connector or at least I haven't been able to find it.

    Is anyone else experiencing this?

    Thanks in advance.

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    The naming is at the end. You create the rule, and in the last dialog box, you name it. As for renaming (the rule is already there), note at the top of initial Zimbra Filter rules dialog, there are icons for new, change, copy, delete, up, and down. You can run the mouse over those icons, and the tool tip will tell you. If you hit the second from the left (the open folder), that changes the rule. To rename, you can just hit Next through all the Wizard dialogs until you get to the end (Finish Rule Setup dialog). Then just type a new name and say Finish.

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    I stand corrected.

    Thank you!

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