Zimbra SkillZ: Empty Subject Zimlet

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, Today’s Zimbra Skillz blog explains how to write a Zimlet that listens for an event using zimletEventEmitter. This particular Zimlet listens for the ONSEND event and warns the user if the Subject field is empty. Downloading and Running the Empty Subject Zimlet Create a folder on your local computer […]

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More Cool or Cringe 🤪

Hi Zimbra Partners, Customers & Friends, The last Cool or Cringe was so fun that we decided to share more! Cool or Cringe? How to Write Emails People Won’t Ignore … Do you do WINFY?? We 🧡  this email tip from Erica Dhawan + Daniel Pink. NNTR is pretty good. But ROM is the best! […]

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Zimbra SkillZ: Add an External Email Warning in Zimbra

Hello Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, In today’s blog, I’ll show you how to add an external email warning message in Zimbra when receiving an email from an external domain. This is done using a Sieve filter, and it can be enabled per account, COS, domain and server. First, create /tmp/myfilters su – zimbra nano […]

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Zimbra Did You Know: Use Zimbra Briefcase on Mobile with OnlyOffice

Hi Zimbra Customer, Partners & Friends, Did you know that you can use the free OnlyOffice app available for Android and IOS to view and edit documents in the Zimbra briefcase? The OnlyOffice Documents App brings a full-blown Office suite to your mobile! The OnlyOffice App opens and stores documents on Zimbra Briefcase via WebDAV […]

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Email Cool or Cringe?!

Hi Zimbra Partners, Customers & Friends, As Email Experts, we are always on the lookout for fun things to share. We love finding interesting stories about email and asking you … Cool or Cringe? What about these … Cool or Cringe? Why Managers Fear a Remote-Work Future … Interesting take. Remote work makes obvious who’s really […]

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Zimbra SkillZ: Using Zimbra with Strong TLS Configuration – Get an A+, No Weak Cyphers

Hello Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, Transport Layer Security (TLS) encrypts data sent over the internet to ensure that eavesdroppers and hackers can’t see what you transmit. This is particularly useful for private and sensitive information such as passwords, credit card numbers and personal correspondence. To learn more about TLS, https://www.internetsociety.org/deploy360/tls/basics This blog shows you […]

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