Tag Archives | #zimbrahelp

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 […]

Continue Reading 0

Zimbra Tech Skillz: Recurring Events in Zimbra

Hello Zimbra Friends, This blog is brought to you by David Bingham, Technical Product Manager at Synacor, and describes how Zimbra stores and communicates calendar events over its various APIs. This is technical information, suited for developers of software intended to interop with Zimbra … but it is also for anyone curious about Zimbra Tech […]

Continue Reading 0

1/3 – Zimbra Open Core Series – Amavis Policy Banks to Set Up a VIP Mailbox

Hello Zimbra Friends, This blog is educational only. It is a customization to your Zimbra environment and is not supported by Zimbra Support. Please run thoroughly in your test environment before using it in production. We are happy to bring you part 1 of a 3-part series on Zimbra’s open-source components, a series brought to […]

Continue Reading 0

Power Tip Tuesday – Create a Zimbra email distribution list/alias!

Why type out each email address when you can just type one name? Zimbra’s autocomplete feature is great when you are addressing emails or creating appointments – as you type, addresses pop up for you. But … it is also very useful to have your own email list (a.k.a distribution list/DL or alias). In Zimbra, […]

Continue Reading

Power Tip Tuesday – Switch btwn Conversation & Message Views

Like all your emails grouped by email thread? Or do you prefer to see each individual email by itself? Zimbra automatically groups all your emails in “conversation” view. Here’s what conversation view is … and how to change your view if you like! A quick summary of conversation view: All email with the same subject […]

Continue Reading