Kevin Henrikson

Web 2.0 for the Enterprise – Webex Zimlet

By | April 17, 2007
Web 2.0 Expo is in full swing up in San Francisco. Satish will be speaking on a couple panels with enterprise and small business focus. While it's true Zimbra for Service Providers and Zimbra for Education are popular with Zimbra Customers a large number of organizations using Zimbra today run Zimbra for Business. Sam created a Zimlet to make it easier for Zimbra users to use WebEx. (more…)… Read more »

Calendar searching, tagging, and flagging

By | April 13, 2007
One of many new features that will be coming in ZCS 5.0 off the top list of RFEs is the ability to search calendar. You can also tag calendar events and flag appointments. We took a short screencast of searching the calendar, flagging appointments and tagging. (more…)… Read more »

Zimbra Feature Request Process

By | April 13, 2007
Satish had a great idea today. Rather than follow the Zimbra Product Management process he tried his favorite tactic Just ask an engineer. Well since some of the things Satish asks for aren't that well thought out he was prepared for any backlash. (more…)… Read more »

Tuning Zimbra Performance for large installs

By | April 12, 2007
As Zimbra has grown we've begun to see larger and larger Zimbra installs. We now have many installs with thousands, hundreds of thousands and larger running in complex multi-server deployments. Service providers in particular are driving some of the larger multi-domain and super hosting of Zimbra. Over the past couple years our engineering and support teams have learned alot. (more…)… Read more »

Zimbra Firefox Extension – ZimbraCheck

By | April 6, 2007
Zimbra Server Engineer Tim Brennan released a Firefox Extension that let's you check email and lists your upcoming appointments. It's called ZimbraCheck. He released this a few months ago on the forums but we wanted to make sure a wider audience got access to it. Here's partial quote of his release notice. I got a little bored sometime over the holidays and decided to learn a little Javascript. Since I'd been beta testing the HTML client, which doesn't refresh itself automatically, what I really wanted was something that could notify me when I got new mail. I cobbled together a really simple little Firefox extension that periodically checks the server and puts a notification in the statusbar if there is new mail. The notification is clickable:… Read more »

JavaScript Hijacking

By | April 5, 2007
In the past few days news sites and a few blogs have picked up a document written by Fortify Software regarding "JavaScript Hijacking". We've also had a few customers and our community ask for Zimbra's view on the topic. First and foremost we take security very seriously. We've talked about securing ajax in the past but would like to reinforce a couple points in light of the most recent news. (more…)… Read more »