New Zimbra 8.7.11 server migration guide

In the past I haven’t been so kind about the Zimbra Open Source Suite. Installing it in my own, configuring it, getting all my data to it and using it daily wasn’t a breeze. I found it especially difficult to keep it stable while ensuring security. I’ve also been somewhat active at the forums and…

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Mailing from the Linux command line with mailx

In addition to this, maybe a bit too complicated, post, I’ve stumbled upon another, maybe easier, method to email from the Linux command line. It’s syntax is a bit more user friendly and it seems to have a couple of more options: you better get your hands on the mailx package. I should say that…

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Zimbra 8.7.10 / CentOS 7.4 and sending mail to root

A couple of days ago something stopped working on my server without me noticing it and when I discovered it I was surprised that I didn’t receive an email about it. I’m using Zimbra mailserver. Here and here an update t the latest version. my installation. OK, in a production environment with multiple users you’ll…

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Zimbra without Exchange functionality

I’ve decided a while ago to try and install Zimbra for my cloudpro.zone email. After installing it with only a few loose ends, I decided to use it permanently. I moved thousands of emails to my new installation and then tried to tie up some of these loose ends. When this didn’t work I quickly…

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Transfer Thunderbird settings

I’m not a big Thunderbird fan but on Linux I’ve concluded that it is my best bet to professionally work with mail, calendar, Google integration, Exchange integration and a few others. All these features won’t work out of the box though and you’ll have to add a couple of Add-ons / Extensions to do the…

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CentOS 7 – Zimbra 8.7.4_GA installation

A while ago I’ve installed the community edition of the Zimbra Collaboration suite. With a little hesitation to be honest since there where a lot of other candidates as well, I already wrote about it here. This was the short list: Kopano (formerly Zarafa), Axigen, iRedMail, Icewarp, Zentyal (bummer that this one only operates at…

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