Drag 'n Drop: Minical

By | June 11, 2007
One of the more overlooked features of the Zimbra Web Client is the Zimbra Minicalendar. In this User PowerTip, we will discuss how to schedule appointments with 2 clicks of the mouse using the drag 'n drop feature. We also added the ability to download this PowerTip in PDF format. (more…)… Read more »

Zimbra's Built-in RSS/ATOM Feed Reader

By | May 15, 2007
Have you taken advantage of your favorite website's RSS feed? If so, then you're gonna want to check out Zimbra Collaboration Suite's built in RSS feed reader. (more…)… Read more »

The Power of Search Part 1: The Search Bar

By | May 1, 2007
One of the most advanced, and useful features of Zimbra Collaboration Suite (Zimbra), is its search feature. It is also possibly one of the most over looked. With all of the toolbars available for the browser, this is one tool that you're gonna want to use. In this PowerTip, we will discuss how to find any message/document/contact, with just a couple of terms. This is part of a series of PowerTips that we call, "The Power of Search". You can also get some info on what's in store for our next release. *Note- This PowerTip is only applicable to users who use the Zimbra Web Client & Zimbra Desktop.… Read more »

updating via REST (and a REST update)

By | May 8, 2006
Time for another REST update. We'll talk about updating content via REST urls, as well as a new formater. (more…)… Read more »

REST update

By | January 2, 2006
Just a little update the previous "All REST and no play" blog entry. It has been a while since the last blog post, so we thought it was time for an update to let people know what is in the next release, and what is still to come in a future release. (more…)… Read more »

All REST and no play…

By | November 9, 2005
One of the things we are working on for an upcoming release is REST interfaces into all our content. If you aren't familiar with REST I'd just suggest reading Building Web Services the REST Way. Today, within the Zimbra Collaboration Suite we have a number of different server-side URLs that our client accesses to download an attachment, export contacts as CSV, export a calendar as an ICS, file etc. We are also adding sharing (what would collaboration be without sharing, after all) of calendars, contacts, etc. Not only within a particular Zimbra community, but between Zimbra communities and the public at large. In order to facilitate this, we are coming up with a clean, consistent URL interface to all our resources. The best way to describe this is with some examples. (more…… Read more »