Zimbra is up for nomination in the Enterprise category for SourceForge.net: 2006 Community Choice Awards. Winners will be announced at the Slashdot Lounge at LinuxWorld Expo, Boston, April 5.
Want a new iMac? Well all you need to do is write a killer Zimlet and enter our Zimlet Competition. We’ll be posting some additional how-to’s including setting up a developer environment on a Win32 PC for those who don’t have a Linux server at their disposal. We’ll also walk through a couple simple Zimlets […]
We’ve now opened a Zimbra Wiki. We’ve started populating it with common questions and trying to point forums questions to that. Please feel free to add to this Wiki and or correct mistakes that you see. This should provide a more consistent and easy to use documentation and FAQ. http://wiki.zimbra.com Thanks to Dave for the […]
We’ve now released a developer build for Debian. Please post any feedback to the forums. From our two polls Debian was a clear leader so we are happy to get this build out and available for the community. We also released an update to Beta3, which includes a few fixes for some bugs found in […]
I get lots of questions about adding AjaxTk UI components (a.k.a. DWT components) to existing HTML content. This is actually fairly easy to do. You can find an example of how right here
One of our community member’s FunkyPenguin posted a zimbra group on Frapper. Let’s you report where Zimbra is being used. Have you installed Zimbra or are using it. Post your location. Let’s see just how far around the world Zimbra has traveled. Where is Zimbra?