Zimbra SkillZ: X-Spam Zimlet

Zimbra SkillZ: X-Spam Zimlet

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends,

This week Barry de Graaff, Channel Evangelist for Zimbra Synacor, brings you another new Zimlet … the X-Spam Zimlet. This Zimlet, which runs in the Modern UI, displays the X-Spam-Status and X-Spam-Score header fields from an email message.

Zimbra API JS Client

This blog post introduces the @zimbra/api-client for making requests against the Zimbra SOAP API. For all of the Zimlet files, click here: https://github.com/Zimbra/zimbra-zimlet-xspam

 The X-Spam Zimlet.

 Result of the zimbraBatchClient GetMsg request.

Using @zimbra/api-client

This code snippet shows how to make a GetMsg SOAP request to get access to headers from email:

import { createElement, Component, render } from 'preact';
import { withIntl } from '../../enhancers';
import { withText } from 'preact-i18n';
import style from './style';

    title: 'xspam-zimlet.title'

export default class MoreMenu extends Component {
    constructor(props) {
        this.zimletContext = props.children.context;
        const { zimbraBatchClient } = this.zimletContext;
            name: 'GetMsg',
            namespace: "urn:zimbraMail",
            body: {
                m: { id: this.props.emailData.id, header: [{ n: "X-Spam-Status" }, { n: "X-Spam-Score" }] }
            .then(response => {
                try {

                    const header = 'X-Spam-Status: ' + this.props.emailData.id + " " + response.m[0]._attrs['X-Spam-Status'].replace(/\n|\r/g, "") + '\r\nX-Spam-Score: ' + response.m[0]._attrs['X-Spam-Score'].replace(/\n|\r/g, "");
                    this.setState({ header: header });
                } catch (err) { }

    render() {
        return (<div class={style.XSpamZimlet} id="XSpamZimlet">{this.state.header}</div>)

Reference & Further Reading

Enjoy the new X-Spam Zimlet,

Your Zimbra Friends & Colleagues

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One Response to Zimbra SkillZ: X-Spam Zimlet

  1. John Webster @ XMission February 3, 2021 at 4:41 PM #

    XMission Zimbra service has provided to our customers for years. We have ours show green or red for a quick visual indicator or the possible threat level. Customers understand color tags more readily than they do SA output text meaning.

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