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Did You Know? Mandatory Spell Check

Did You Know? Mandatory Spell Check Have you ever sent an email with embarrassing spelling errors? In Zimbra, you can enable mandatory spellcheck of your emails before they are sent. To enable this feature: 1. Click the Preferences tab, and select Mail. Scroll down to the Composing Messages area, and select the Mandatory spellcheck before sending […]

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Register for free to our Webinar – Zimbra Quarterly Partner Update

As many of you know, Zimbra made a few strategic decisions over the past few months in order to ensure the company’s stability and achieve an increase in EBITDA. We are now, more than ever, focused on working closely with you and we are in the process of investing to help strentghten our relationship with you. […]

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Zimbra Collaboration 8.5: Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device

The future of collaboration, starts today I have been waiting for today, the release of Zimbra Collaboration 8.5. It is the first major Zimbra Collaboration release since we acquired Zimbra from VMware last year. Zimbra Collaboration 8.5 lays a foundation for the next evolution of mobile-first, cloud-enabled collaboration and completes many of the Zimbra roadmap […]

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OSI Licenses for Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition

Today, we announced that Zimbra Collaboration Open Source Edition is moving to Open Source Initiative approved licenses. Specifically, we are moving to the GNU Public License version 2 for the server platform and the Common Public Attribution License version 1 for the web application. We’re absolutely excited about this change to usher in a new era […]

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Project Always On

One of the projects we are working on at Zimbra is project “Always On”. The goal is very simple: Email and collaboration should be “always on” for end users. It’s no secret that email is the number one tool used for business collaboration. Project Always On solves key issues related to operating a platform built […]

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