On December 12th @ 7am PST/ 10am EST/ 4pm CET as VMware discuss how Zimbra can help you to simplify your IT efforts, while complying with stringent security policies, and balancing the increasing demands of a more mobile workforce.
Join Zimbra on Tuesday, May 1 at 10:00 am PDT for a live webinar to learn more about how VMware Zimbra, the leader in open source email/collaboration, is revolutionising security and compliance in the email and collaboration space. During this live event, you’ll learn how VMware Zimbra’s new and advanced security features deliver unparalleled protection, safeguard sensitive information and privacy and enable you to more easily manage risk, compliance and data policies.
Zimbra Collaboration Server 7.2 has been released which includes a lot of bug fixes (378) and 43 changes / new features.
Effective March 1, 2012 ActiveSync will no longer be included or available with Zimbra Standard Edition . The Microsoft Outlook Connector and ActiveSync support will only be available as part of the Zimbra Professional Edition.
Zimbra Collaboration Server 7.1.4 has been released which includes a lot of bug fixes (175) and 14 new features. The Agilemail team will upgrade all managed Agilemail customers over the next 2 weeks. Otherwise, if you do need assistance upgrading please contact us.
Happy holidays! The team @ Agileware wish you a safe and happy Christmas and look forward to catching up with you again in 2012.
Zimbra customer testimonial after 12 months using Zimbra.
If you receive this message from your Zimbra server, then it is likely that an encrypted PDF or ZIP has been quarantined simply because the Zimbra virus scanner could not examine the contents of the file.
Great news! Zimbra Professional now includes Zimbra Archiving at no additional cost. The Zimbra Archive mailboxes will be available up to the same number of the licensed Zimbra mailboxes.
If you are running your Zimbra server in your office then it is recommended that your Zimbra server use the ISP for the office as a relay MTA. This tells Zimbra to relay all email direct to the ISP’s email server instead of attempting to deliver the email directly to the destination mail server. But what happens if your ISP implements a rule to require authentication for all relayed email? Well, you can configure Zimbra to automatically authenticate for you.