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    I downloaded the 500mb installer for ZCS, extracted the .tgz then guessed which .deb to extract (core) and finally found this file! (along with lots of other docs).

    This is the "rest.txt" for ZCS version 5.0.20 (attached).
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    Hey Zimbra, access through http to the latest source code would be nice, like SourceForge.net.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jummo View Post
    Hey Zimbra, access through http to the latest source code would be nice, like SourceForge.net.
    The source is currently available via Perforce only, search the wiki (or the forums) for the work 'perforce'.
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    An online version of the Zimbra REST API docs:

    ZCS 6.0:Zimbra REST API Reference - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Thanks sposetti!

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    Does anyone know if there's a way to get a list of a users calendars, assuming they have more than one?

    By default it seems everyone has a calendar called "calendar", but if a user has added their own calendars called "my holidays" and "social events", is there a way to pull back a list of them?

    I've had a look through the API docs and Googled but I can't find anything about this.

    Any help much appreciated,
    Rangi

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    Default complete Descritpion of RestURLs and Java Library

    hi all,

    does there exist a url to the complete RestURLs? cause there are some gaps on ZCS 6.0:Zimbra REST API Reference - Zimbra :: Wiki

    for example on the calendar-url there is a parameter called query, which is optional, what can be done with this query and how is the syntax?

    does there exist also a java library like googles gdata? Using the Java Client Library - Google Data Protocol - Google Code this seems to make similar RestURL connects, but the developer doesnt need to search each separatly url?

    best regards
    thomas
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    1x Release 6.0.10_GA_2692.UBUNTU8_64 NETWORK edition.
    1x Release 6.0.14_GA_2928.UBUNTU8_64 NETWORK edition
    2x Release 7.1.3_GA_3346.UBUNTU10_64 NETWORK edition, Patch 7.1.3_P1
    1x Release 8.0.2.GA.5569.UBUNTU12.64 NETWORK edition

    2x Release 6.0.10_GA_2692.UBUNTU8_64 FOSS edition
    2x Release 7.2.2_GA_2852.UBUNTU10_64 FOSS edition
    1x Release 7.1.4_GA_2555.UBUNTU10_64 FOSS
    1x Release 8.0.3.GA.5664.UBUNTU12.64 FOSS edition

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