Zimbra Lite: Inline Day View

Three posts in the same day may be a Zimbra Blog record. Just had to post this. Ignoring all the buzz of Zimbra Desktop over the past 24hrs, Roland has been heads down adding calendar support to the Zimbra Lite client (JSP/HTML based for old computers, slow networks, and ancient browsers). He owes us a […]

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Lazy Loading

The ZCS web client recently underwent a significant amount of change in order to load Javascript code as needed, rather than loading all of it on initial login. Those changes included the development of a package system, and a lot of shuffling around of client code over the course of about two months. The results […]

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Zimbra Desktop Launched

Last night we launched Zimbra Desktop. Same AJAX interface you’ve been using on the web you can now take with you on a trip be it plane, train or auto. It’s even nice for those times your trusty network fails you. Today it supports Mail and Contacts, but Calendar, Documents, and other collaboration features will […]

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Top 150 I-Technology heroes and their teams

A couple of buddies pointed me toward Sys-Con Media’s Top 150 Information Technology Heroes, and I have to admit it was fun (once you click past the obstructing ad anyway). While my first reaction was to want to point out omissions (see below), what’s not to like about a list that mixes Dennis Ritchie, Luca […]

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