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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 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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Zimbra SkillZ: Enhance email confidentiality using MTA-STS

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, Do you want to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks and enhance your email confidentiality? You can with MTA-STS. MTA-STS is short for Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) Strict Transport Security (STS). MTA-STS enforces encryption and secure communications between SMTP servers via TLS (Transport Layer Security). With MTA-STS fully implemented, it prevents man-in-the-middle […]

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Zimbra Now with TLS 1.3 Support!

Hello Zimbra Partners, Customers & Friends, In the latest Zimbra patch, Zimbra 9.0.0 “Kepler” Patch 13 and 8.8.15 “James Prescott Joule” Patch 20, the following packages are now GA: OpenSSL 1.1.1h support for TLS 1.3. OpenSSL 1.1.1h with FIPS module support. Postfix 3.5.6 support for TLSv1.3 Nginx 1.19.0 support for TLSv1.3 Why is this important […]

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Zimbra Admin Reminder … Block “memcrashd” Port 11211

Hello Zimbra Friends & Admins, This is a friendly reminder that Zimbra memcached may face the “memcrashd” attack on port 11211. By default, memcached listens on a server IP address that is accessible on the network and via the internet if there is no firewall. If your Zimbra memcache servers are behind a firewall, we […]

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