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    andrea.molon is offline New Member
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    Hi, for security reason I was ask to prevent some users to use ZD, so they must use webmail only and no data cache can be saved in any pc.

    I can disable POP or IMAP or even webmail acess (using firewall or COS) but how to disable the ZD use?

    Best regards

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    Pretty sure Zimbra Desktop communicates with the server on port 80 without SSL or 443 with SSL using the SOAP API.

    I think your best route to disable Zimbra Desktop is to not allow local software installations on your users computers.

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    andrea.molon is offline New Member
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    Tnx Xeon for yuor answer. The point is: data leak prevention
    A user can install ZD on his personal PC (at home, so I have no controll), download a local copy of all data (mail, cal, docs etc..).
    For company policy users can access to Zimbra only using the webmail, I can disable all protocols but they can use ZD and with the 7.0 version can also make a local backup! In a data protection logic it's a big hole ...

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