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    Hello there,

    I am having some problem with spam in zimbra 6.10, but today I was checking the admin console and I look a zimbra user admin session! is that correct? how I can block this access to the admin console like zimbra user. If I remember well I didnot set any password for this user.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juancanic View Post
    I am having some problem with spam in zimbra 6.10, but today I was checking the admin console and I look a zimbra user admin session! is that correct? how I can block this access to the admin console like zimbra user. If I remember well I didnot set any password for this user.
    I'm not really sure what you're asking here. Are you saying you want to block an Admin from seeing the Admin UI?
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    Do you mean that you didn't create or authorise the admin user 'zimbra'?

    It's an internal account, not an end user. No need to worry.

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    In the web admin console I am seeing a zimbra user session with administrator privileges.

    In the accounts, I did not create a "zimbra" user, so I never assign admin privileges to this account. but in the server statistics, option "Administrator session" thereis a Account named "zimbra" with admin privileges. I just want to have one administrator... my account, so How I can block the access to the zimbra user if it doesnt exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by juancanic View Post
    In the web admin console I am seeing a zimbra user session with administrator privileges.

    In the accounts, I did not create a "zimbra" user, so I never assign admin privileges to this account. but in the server statistics, option "Administrator session" thereis a Account named "zimbra" with admin privileges. I just want to have one administrator... my account, so How I can block the access to the zimbra user if it doesnt exist?
    The zimbra 'user' is actually the Zimbra server itself and that user account was created on your server when you installed Zimbra - it's perfectly normal.
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    I've never noticed this in feature in 6.0.9. Perhaps new to 6.0.10? Looks very handy. I can't see anything it here in product portal.

    And there will be another release before 7.0, ie 6.0.11 with lot of features listed. gr8!

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