Zimbra Daffodil (10.1) Coming Soon

Zimbra Daffodil 10.1 Coming Soon

A major update to Zimbra Daffodil with some important improvements is coming soon and the latest release unlocks the following new features

New Features in Zimbra Daffodil (10.1)

License Management

  1. Revamped Zimbra Licensing

Other updates

  1. (MFA/2FA) Multi factor authentication:  Email as an additional factor in multi factor authentication
  2. Zimbra Desktop upgrade via Electron framework
  3. An upgrade to third-party libraries

Performance / User Experience

  1. UBUNTU 22 Beta support
  2. Performance enhancements in Modern UI and ZDesktop
  3. Option to disable switching from “Modern to Classic” and “Classic to Modern”
  4. Sync to Mobile: Option to choose Shared folder synchronization to mobile
  5. Web Accessibility implementation (WCAG) enhancements

S3 Storage

  1. Support for region in custom S3 bucket and support for compressed blobs. Please be advised that enabling compression can cause a significant increase in CPU usage this will depend on your system load.

4 Responses to Zimbra Daffodil (10.1) Coming Soon

  1. Krzysztof June 6, 2024 at 6:19 AM #

    “Customers on 8.8.15/9 are encouraged to wait for the 10.1 release to upgrade.

    So, do you mean that customers on 8.8.15, which is end-of-life since the end of 2023, should wait even longer. Do you have any other great encouragements?

    And by the way, you should start working on Ubuntu 24.04 now to be ready before Ubuntu 22.04 EoL in 2027.

  2. Geert June 11, 2024 at 12:56 PM #

    No mention of RHEL 9 support, has it been delayed *again* ?

    • Rainer June 13, 2024 at 1:52 AM #

      I heard it’s targeted for Q3/24.

      Which, TBH, doesn’t really come as a surprise to me.

      Unless I have to, I am not going to update to Rocky8 in the meantime.

      RHEL10 is epected to launch in 2025…but I can’t hold out for that.

  3. Geert June 18, 2024 at 12:39 PM #

    We also planned to move straight from CentOS 7 to Rocky 9, skipping 8. Zimbra approved that plan… 2 years ago! And now with the EL7 EOL around the corner, we still don’t have EL9 support.

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