Author Archive | Mike Morse

Put your Zimbra in a Costume

One of the best parts of being open source is seeing the ingenuity of our community. This year we’d like to see how you can use Zimbra themes to make your skin crawl this Halloween… We’ve mocked up two new designs just in time for witching hour, and hope to get these into the gallery […]

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Defining an Evolution of the Zimbra Collaboration Suite: Version 6.0

Zimbra’s massive user base means our new product releases reach farther than ever before. How far? Consider our 50 million paid mailbox count. With that comes the responsibility to make our solutions exactly what people need when it comes to shaping the future of communication. So what are some of the top requested features included […]

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Zimlets Go Back to School – Part 2: Q&A with Wayne State University

In our first post of the series, we highlighted a few of the recent creations coming out of Wayne State University – their Broadcast, AccessID, and Anti-Phishing Zimlets. Given the unique customization abilities, there are many reasons and motives behind every Zimlet’s conception. So, we decided to check in with Systems Analyst Rob Thompson, to […]

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Zimlets Go Back to School

It’s September, which signals the time students will be returning to school. At Zimbra, this means continuing our work with the more than 500 institutions that have deployed the Zimbra Collaboration Suite Network Edition worldwide. We are thrilled to help educators and students alike with their communication needs in over 33 countries, including institutions such […]

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