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    can i use zmprov command to add user include setup calendar new calendar & loging using HTML/Ajax version?

    thx a lot
    merry x'mas and happy new year

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    Quote Originally Posted by 829036 View Post
    can i use zmprov command to add user
    Of course, setting up users:
    Zmprov Examples - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Bulk Provisioning - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Zmprov - Zimbra :: Wiki
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    include setup calendar new calendar
    Calendar stuff:
    Importing into Zimbra using CURL - User Migration - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Auto-provisioning calendar data/shared calendars
    Resource Calendars via iCal
    How to auto-share calendars to new staff members?
    To share those you can either send a standard notification -i or use createMountpoint to do the work.
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    & loging using HTML/Ajax version?
    Extra g at the end or missing g in the middle?

    Are you talking about some type of 'Login'?
    -'View Mail' is an admin console gui feature.
    -There's also the web-client that the user defaults to:
    Code:
    zmprov ma user@domain zimbraPrefClientType {advanced|standard}
    OR we're you asking about 'Logging'?
    You already have lots of logs, like /opt/zimbra/log/mailbox.log or audit.log & /var/log/zimbra.log but if you want to intensify them for a perticular user the commands include:
    Code:
    zmprov addAccountLogger(aal) {name@domain|id} {logging-category example:zimbra.sqltrace} {debug|info|warn|error}
    Code:
     zmprov getAccountLoggers(gal) {name@domain|id}
    Code:
     zmprov getAllAccountLoggers(gaal) {server}
    Code:
     zmprov removeAccountLogger(ral) {name@domain|id} {logging-category}
    OR a little more far fetched, but might you asking about: CLI zmmsgtrace - Zimbra :: Wiki?

    And if none of those were it then you're gonna have to be a little more descriptive, though I got money on zimbraPrefClientType as what you wanted.

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    its very usefully

    may i use "zmprov ma command" to set user mail forwarding? & Don't keep a local copy of messages


    i want to know more, but i cant found in wiki

    thx

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    See the first three wiki links above, especially Zmprov - Zimbra :: Wiki, but a quick rundown of the most often used - to get a list of settable attributes:
    Globally:
    zmprov gacf (set with mcf)
    Server:
    zmprov gs server.domain.com (set by ms)
    COS:
    zmprov gc (set my mc)
    User:
    zmprov ga (set with ma)

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    Admins can set multiple forwarding addresses for an account by setting zimbraMailForwardingAddress.
    Admin console GUI > individual account > forwarding tab > forwarding addresses hidden from the user.
    Or via CLI:
    su - zimbra
    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraMailForwardingAddress hiddenforward1@domain.com
    zmprov ma user@domain.com +zimbraMailForwardingAddress hiddenforward2@domain.com
    The end user can only set one value in their options/preferences (zimbraPrefMailForwardingAddress) which is a single valued in the LDAP schema.
    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefMailForwardingAddress userforward@domain.com
    Side note: Making the user one multi-value really calls for having an admin settable limit on how many you are allowed. Be sure to vote on Bug 11299 - Allow user to set multiple forwarding addresses, need admin defined limit

    To NOT keep a local copy of messages/don't delivered to inbox:
    zmprov ma user1@domain.com zimbraPrefMailLocalDeliveryDisabled TRUE
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    may i set the account send a mail, will be auto cc to other account?

    thx and sorry too many question

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    Question set notification using zmprov?

    can i use 'zmprov ma example@domain.com zimbraNewMailNotification example1@domain.com' to assign a notification address for a user...?

    or is there any other way to do so?
    thanks

    Aadil

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