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    Default Using command line to synchronize tasks

    Hi there,

    I am trying to devise a way to synchronise tasks in zimbra accounts on my server to a proprietry task management system. I am therefore looking for a command line way or API to create / delete tasks.

    I have looked through what I can find out about the zmmailbox command with no luck. Is there a simple way to create / delete a task through this? A command to list the tasks in a folder, and one to create / delete them. Or is there another way that would be better to do this - a php module would be ideal.

    Any pointers in the right direction would be appreciated!

    Thanks!

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    Check the SOAP documentation on your zimbra server, it holds many clues ) e.g.:
    /opt/zimbra/docs/soap.txt

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