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    plan9 is offline Loyal Member
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    Default modifyFolderColor

    I was playing around with Zimbra from the command line and tried to change a folder's color with the modifyFolderColor command. The command appeared to execute correctly, but it had no affect on the folder's color. Is this attribute no longer supported?

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    dkarp is offline Zimbra Employee
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    Default Partial support.

    Should work with address books and calendars. Colors on other folder types in the web client should be coming in a future release.
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    plan9 is offline Loyal Member
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    Okay, thanks. Just wondering.

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    Default Colors on folders

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    Any news on colorizing folders? I've got some clients that are asking about color coding folders and was wondering if there was any progress on this...

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Yes, it will be in a future release. Please search bugzilla and vote on the RFE if you're particularly interested in that feature.
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    I just noticed that in 4.5.9, you can change the color of all the address books except the very first one, Contacts. Its always stays grey. Is that correct?

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