Did You Know? Getting Started with Zimbra Desktop

Did you know that it’s easy to get started with Zimbra Desktop?

Click here to download Zimbra Desktop for Windows, Mac or Linux.

Once you have Zimbra Desktop installed, open the application. You will be prompted to add a new account.

As you can see from the menu below, you can add any email account to Zimbra Desktop. This makes it simple and easy to view all of your email in one place!

Select the type of account you want to add. In this example, I will add a Zimbra account.

Next you will be prompted to enter the account name, password, etc. for the account, as shown below.

When you have completed the fields, click the Validate and Save button. Click to open Zimbra Desktop, and you will see the contents of each of your accounts.

In the snapshot below, the folders and inbox contents for my Ann Foster account are displayed.

Next week, learn how to use Zimbra Desktop to archive your email!

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7 Responses to Did You Know? Getting Started with Zimbra Desktop

  1. mivaho May 25, 2016 at 11:36 AM #

    “Click here to download Zimbra Desktop for Windows or Mac.” Linux not getting any love in this line of text. (you can download the linux version though when you click the link) :D

    • Jorge de la Cruz May 25, 2016 at 3:59 PM #

      Hello Mivaho,
      Thank you for the comment! We have corrected it :)

      Best regards

  2. marco May 25, 2016 at 12:24 PM #

    ZD is great. Can we have some info about any future update? I’m not talking about 7.2.8, I’m talking about ZD 8.x !

    Thanks!

  3. Gayle Billat May 25, 2016 at 4:29 PM #

    Hi Marco – When I have news about ZD 8, I will let you know. Thanks!

  4. JoeD May 25, 2016 at 7:12 PM #

    I have used ZD for many years and I am very pleased with it but, for the past year or so I have not been able to upgrade ZD. Every time I attempt to upgrade I get java is out of date or not installed error. I have several programs that require java and have no problems with them finding java no my system.

    Can someone please provide a solution to this problem before my out dated version of ZD is no longer useful.

    Many Thanks for any help!

    • Jim Walker June 8, 2016 at 5:09 AM #

      @JoeD, you are probably using a version of JRE that is incompatible with ZD. ZD will not work with anything newer than JRE 7 32 Bit. Note the 32 Bit, 64 Bit JREs don’t work either. If you require 64 Bit JRE or a newer JRE for other applications, depending on your platform, there are different ways to set it up such that only ZD uses the older JRE and the rest of your applications use the system’s default JRE.

    • JoeD June 8, 2016 at 6:08 PM #

      Hi Jim, I have no problem with setting up a JRE just for ZD. Can you give me more detail of setting this up or point me in the right direction so that I can get the information and finality get ZD up to date.

      Thank you very much for your help,

      JoeD