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The Power Zimlets Series: Five New Tools For Zimbra Users – #1 Attach Emails

As a long-time Zimbra developer and employee, I’ve spent countless hours each week using Zimbra email.  I love the overall experience, especially because I have been able to tailor it to my personal style using Zimlets.  They are easy to create and over time I have built quite a few.  So without further ado, the […]

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An Open Way to Organize Your Travel Plans Using Zimbra Email and Calendar with TripIt

At Zimbra we’re always trying to provide our community with the most efficient tools for organizing email, address books, calendars and web documents, so it’s only natural that we look to work with other with companies who are as enthusiastic about streamlined processes as we are, and share the same commitment to open standards. One […]

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ZCS-to-ZCS Migrations

Someone in the forums recently asked about ways to migrate individual accounts from one ZCS instance to another, so thought I’d share the enlightenment with all. Whether you are going from an on-premise install to a hosting provider, want to create handy archives of old employee accounts, or just need to duplicate mailbox contents of […]

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Mulberry: The Underdog Wins

iCalendar (the standard .ics not the Apple program) only gets you so far. We’ve previously covered CalDav in Apple’s iCal for Mac, but where does the CalDav field stand for Windows and Linux users? It’s important to push communication between different programs, platforms, and technologies. We’ve just completed a free-busy interop that we’ll blog more […]

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CalDav & Leopard Goodness

For those of us who live and breath by our calendar, making sure that you always have access to it, is a must. Enter the CalDAV Protocol: A standardized way for different clients to access one calendar. Leopard’s (OS 10.5) iCal application has built in CalDav support, and it works great with Zimbra 5.0. Here’s […]

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