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Zimbra SkillZ: Add a Custom Python 3 Milter to Zimbra! Part 3 of the Zimbra Open Core Series

Hi Zimbra Partners, Customers & Friends, Today I will show you how to create an extension to Postfix. By implementing a Milter (an email extension protocol), you can create an extension that receives events whenever an email is sent or received. Your custom Milter extension can have event handlers for: SMTP events (CONNECT, DISCONNECT) SMTP […]

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Did You Know? Configure Zimbra for iPhone & Android – It’s Easy!

Hello Zimbra Partners, Customers & Friends, Do you want to configure your iPhone or Android so your Zimbra email is delivered to your native mail app? It’s easy! Here are directions, or click to watch the videos (under 1 minute!). Zimbra iPhone Configuration Watch the demo: https://youtu.be/-GwH5MFoqZ4 Tap Settings Scroll down and tap Mail. Tap Accounts. […]

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Zimbra SkillZ: How to Hide Zimbra from Search Engines

Hide Zimbra’s Login Page from Search Engines Hi Zimbra Admins, Partners & Friends, By default, Zimbra’s login page is indexed in search engines. Would you rather hide it from search engines? Here’s how … zmprov mcf +zimbraResponseHeader “X-XSS-Protection: 1; mode=block” zmprov mcf +zimbraResponseHeader “X-Content-Type-Options: nosniff” zmprov mcf +zimbraResponseHeader “X-Robots-Tag: noindex” zmprov mcf zimbraMailKeepOutWebCrawlers TRUE zmmailboxdctl […]

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Use Zimbra Email Templates to Save Time!

Hi Zimbra Friends, Partners & Customers, Today’s post about how to use the Email Templates Zimlet is from Barry de Graaff, Channel Evangelist for Zimbra Synacor. Wondering what a Zimlet is? It’s a mini-app built into Zimbra that lets you do even more right from email! The Email Templates Zimlet is a huge time saver […]

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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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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 […]

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