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Introducing Zimbra authentication module for SimpleSAMLphp

While a generic LDAP authentication module for SimpleSAMLphp exists, it is hard to set-up, it requires the use and storing of an admin bind credential and is in continous development making it impossible to install a working version of this module on a released version of SimpleSAMLphp. The Zimbra authentication module for SimpleSAMLphp makes it […]

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Introducing Out Of Office Alert Zimlet

This Classic UI Zimlets displays an alert as soon as you enter an email address in to/cc/bcc of someone with an active out of office reply. Avoid putting time in writing an email just to be greeted with an out-of-office message after sending an email. Installing mkdir /opt/zimbra/lib/ext/outofofficealert wget https://github.com/Zimbra/out-of-office-alert-zimlet/releases/download/0.0.1/outofofficebanner.jar -O /opt/zimbra/lib/ext/outofofficealert/outofofficebanner.jar sudo su – […]

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Zimbra Admin Console Zimlets and Extensions guide

For a long time Zimbra Administrators and Zimbra Delegated Administrators had the ability to manage their Zimbra infrastructure using the Zimbra Admin Console Web-UI. The functionality of the Zimbra Admin Console can be extended with Zimlets and Extensions allowing for more flexibility and integrations with 3rd party applications. We have created the admin-console-zimlets-and-extensions-guide repository where […]

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Introducing Email Reminder Zimlet

With the Email Reminder Zimlet you can create a calendar reminder based on an email message. Just click the Create Reminder menu option and pick a date. Zimbra will send you an email reminder and show a pop-up to remind you! Interested in this Zimlet? https://github.com/Zimbra/zimbra-zimlet-email-reminder https://gallery.zetalliance.org/extend/items/view/email-reminder

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Configuring Fail2Ban on Zimbra

This article is a how-to guide on installing Fail2Ban to block attacking hosts using a null route or blackhole routes. This can help mitigate brute force attacks on Zimbra. Especially brute force attacks on SMTP are very common. Prerequisite: Fail2ban has been tested in combination with netfilter-persistent and iptables. If you use ufw or firewalld […]

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