Power Tip Tuesday – Get Zimbra Reminders on Your Phone & Email!

Ever forgotten an appointment and wished you had been saved by a reminder in email or on your phone? With Zimbra, we’ve gotcha covered!

When you create an appointment in Zimbra, you can specify a pop up reminder like this:

You can also set up email and/or SMS (text) reminders in Zimbra Preferences.

  1. Click the Preferences tab.
  2. Click Notifications. Note: If you do not have a Notifications option, your organization has not enabled this Zimbra feature. Please contact your System Administrator or email service provider for more information.
  3. Complete the fields.
  4. Save your changes.

When you next create a calendar appointment or task, you will see new options in the Reminder area.

  • Click the Email box to send a reminder to your email address.
  • Click the SMS box to send a text reminder to your phone.

Click here for a demonstration.

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2 Responses to Power Tip Tuesday – Get Zimbra Reminders on Your Phone & Email!

  1. Aniz Bajracharya July 22, 2019 at 8:58 AM #

    Following your article to get Zimbra Reminders on my phone & e-mail is successful as your instruction are so understandable that I didn’t find any difficulty and no any issues occurred while installing. I am very concerned as to the security regarding Mail Server which is one of the important and critical Server for any organization as most of business communication done via emails only is very secure.It is very informative and I have shared this article to my technical friends and they are also very thankful for this wonderful article. The services I got from the article is very useful and you made my work very easy. Your article is full of open information and every steps are very clear with the help of screenshot you’ve mentioned .

    • Gayle Billat August 1, 2019 at 8:51 PM #

      Thanks for your feedback, Aniz!

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