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    Najtssob is offline Active Member
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    Default How to set the default font in Zimbra 5.0.18 for curent ant future users

    The default font now when composing mail is Times new roman. I want to change this to Verdana. I open COS and change default font setting from Times new roman to Verdana but nothing happens.
    I checked few mail accounts and their font settings and they were all set to Arial.

    Is this some kind of bug, or did all my users choose Arial ?


    Best regards.

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    Nobody knows ?

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    you can change font in preferences for each account.

    di d you tried flushing cache after changing the COS.

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    Thank you for replay.

    you can change font in preferences for each account.
    Yes I can, but it's lame. I need general setting for all acounts.

    di d you tried flushing cache after changing the COS.
    Which cache and how can I flush it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Najtssob View Post
    Yes I can, but it's lame. I need general setting for all acounts.
    Why not do something really outrageous and change it in the COS?
    Regards


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    Why not do something really outrageous and change it in the COS?


    Which cache and how can I flush it?
    zmprov fc -a cos <cosname>

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Why not do something really outrageous and change it in the COS?
    If you read my initial post you would noticed

    I opened COS and change default font setting from Times new roman to Verdana but nothing happens.
    I checked few mail accounts and their font settings and they were all set to Arial.

    Is this some kind of bug, or did all my users choose Arial ?


    But this doesn't have any effect. Obviously I need to flush cache which I didn't know and I'm gratefull to Saturdays and fyd to point this out.

    Thank you for your help.

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    Hey buddy you are welcome ..

    If you read my initial post you would noticed
    hmm .. i guess we missed it .. smile will ya!

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    I'm smailling

    But it's still doesn't working.

    1. I changed the setting in the COS (times new roman > verdana)
    2. I ran "zmprov fc cos default"
    3. I opened Zimbra web mail and checked Font setting under settings > composing and there is still Times new roman font selected. Well this makes me a sad panda


    Is f I add
    Code:
    -a
    parameter, the I get following error:
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    ERROR: service.INVALID_REQUEST (invalid request: invalid cache type -a)

    Any other advice ?
    Last edited by Najtssob; 12-14-2010 at 01:42 PM.

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    I ran "zmprov fc cos default"
    sure you tried this way 'zmprov fc -a cos <cosname>'?

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