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    I'm on/off again tinkering with our Zimbra test install. Quick question, can Outlook and/or Apple's Mail client make use of Zimbra's GAL when addressing messages and such?

    Thx - Steve

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    You didn't mention your version (open source vs NE) but with the the outlook connector it's very simple:
    Zimbra COS features and Global Settings that are enforced include the following:
    • Account quotas. Users can use Outlook Archiving to save files to their computer to prevent going over their quota limit. Archiving removes the messages from the Zimbra server.
    • Password rules including password length, age, history
    • Address book size limit
    GAL access
    • Session token lifetime
    • Server Pool set up
    • Email message lifetime
    • Trash and spam message lifetime
    • Reject messages with specified attachment extension. You cannot disable attachment viewing.
    • Anti-spam and anti-virus rules
    http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?tit...nstall_Process
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    I have Outlook 2002. Is there a connector for Outlook 2002? If not is there another way to import mailboxes (PST and/or mbox files)? (I have the NE version btw.)

    Thanks.

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    There is a PST Import Wizard though I have no clue if it works on older outlook pst files (I know it works on 2003 of course) check your admin console-downloads tab

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    Thanks for the info!

    I kept searching the Zimbra site but couldn't find the outlook connector. Does anyone know where I can download it? I'll keep looking.

    Thanks.

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    Are you a NE customer?
    Outlook connector or PST import wizard? (just letting you know their is a difference)

    check your /opt/zimbra/tomcat/webapps/zimbra/downloads folder
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    admin console> downloads area

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    Yes I am a NE customer. Thank you I found it!

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    good
    (yes the downloads section in the current admin console is kinda hidden)

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