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Zimbra SkillZ: Empty Subject Zimlet

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, Today’s Zimbra Skillz blog explains how to write a Zimlet that listens for an event using zimletEventEmitter. This particular Zimlet listens for the ONSEND event and warns the user if the Subject field is empty. Downloading and Running the Empty Subject Zimlet Create a folder on your local computer […]

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Zimbra Did You Know: Use Zimbra Briefcase on Mobile with OnlyOffice

Hi Zimbra Customer, Partners & Friends, Did you know that you can use the free OnlyOffice app available for Android and IOS to view and edit documents in the Zimbra briefcase? The OnlyOffice Documents App brings a full-blown Office suite to your mobile! The OnlyOffice App opens and stores documents on Zimbra Briefcase via WebDAV […]

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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 SkillZ: Using Sieve Filters on Zimbra

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, Sieve is a powerful scripting language for filtering incoming email messages. This blog is a short how-to for using sieve filters on Zimbra webmail. Zimbra supports incoming email filters set by users, but administrators should set up and install sieve filters. First, allow adding email headers to help debug […]

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Never accidentally send an email without an attachment again with the Attachment Alert Zimlet!

Hi Zimbra Customers, Partners & Friends, How many times have you clicked Send on an email then thought, “Darn! I forgot to add the attachment!”? The Attachment Alert Zimlet warns you if you try to do it again! How? The Zimlet looks at the body of an email when you click Send. If it finds […]

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