ZCS Administrator Guide 8.0
ZCS Administrator Guide 8.0
Network Edition


Installing and Configuring ZCO > Configure ZCO Settings

Configure ZCO Settings
1.
Open Outlook.
2.
a.
b.
Select File>Data File Management>Account Settings>E-mail. Double click Zimbra - <your account> in the name field.
The Zimbra Server Configuration dialog displays. This is where you enter your server credentials to log in.
3.
On the Server Configuration dialog box, enter:
a.
Server Name. The Zimbra server domain name (DNS), for example server.domain.com.
b.
Email Address. This is the Zimbra email account address set up for you by your system administrator.
c.
Password. This is your Zimbra email account password.
4.
Click the Connection Settings tab and select either:
Use IE proxy settings. This is the default setting.
Manual proxy configuration. Enter an http address and port number, which you can get from your system administrator.
5.
Click the Download Settings tab and select either:
Download headers only. Download only the From and Subject information.
Preserve transport headers. If your organization has set up Outlook rules that use transport headers, select this option. This option uses more storage space on your computer.
6.
Click the ZDB Configuration tab to set your roaming profile settings.
Setting up a roaming profile lets you move between computers and access your Outlook mail. Your Outlook profile information and settings are stored on a remote machine (default location), or you can store on your own machine. You can also relocate your ZDB file and save disk space by compacting your profile information and settings.
Select either:
Store ZDB in the profile. Selecting this option will store your ZDB in your profile.
Store ZDB in the external folder. To store your ZDB in an external folder, select this option and click Browse. Select the directory in which you want to store your ZDB and click OK.
Move ZDB. If you want to move your ZDB, click this option and follow the on-screen instructions.
Compact ZDB. Click this option to compress your ZDB to save disk space.
7.
Click Apply and OK.
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