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    Default Question about WebDAV and defaut cert of Zimbra

    Hi,

    I'm trying to connect using Mac OS X Leopard's Finder WebDAV client but it seems the auto signed cert generated by zimbra during installation is not accepted. I tried using Transmit.app too and the same happen.

    Also I've a second question, how to increase size of files uploaded to the Briefcase ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Ghost View Post
    I'm trying to connect using Mac OS X Leopard's Finder WebDAV client but it seems the auto signed cert generated by zimbra during installation is not accepted. I tried using Transmit.app too and the same happen.
    Seems an odd place for a certs problem - I'm not a mac user, but go ahead and list all steps taken/url fields entered.

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/announc...html#post62754 so we know what version you're running - but seeing as you're brand new I gather is' probably 5.0.5

    Quote Originally Posted by DJ Ghost View Post
    Also I've a second question, how to increase size of files uploaded to the Briefcase ?
    zmrov gacf | grep zimbraFileUploadMaxSize
    zmprov mcf zimbraFileUploadMaxSize [valueDesired]

    While you're at it you may want to check/adjust your zimbraMtaMaxMessageSize.

    For the way they're used 5.0.5 prior see: [SOLVED] Maximum allowed attachment size

    For 5.0.6+: Bug 27610 - Use zimbraMtaMaxMessageSize exclusively for mail, and use zimbraFileUploadMaxSize for docs/briefcase

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