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    jason719 is offline Active Member
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    Default how to make zimlet change into effictive quickly?

    HI,

    Everythime I modify the zimlet, I have to restart the zimbra server like ./zmcontrol stop/start. it takes a couple/few mins, is there a quicker way to do that?

    Thanks!

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    You can restart only mailboxd

    zmmailboxd restart

    If you need to restart for development purposes you can use the _dev folder as described in ZimletDevSetup - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Default what's difference between _dev and restart mailboxed?

    as subject

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    using _dev you don't need to restart.

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    Default no zmmailboxd

    I uses zmmailboxctrl.

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    Or depending on your Zimlet you could use Zimbra Desktop and the _dev folder. Works great for me.

    Also noteworthy... you can add an ?dev=1 at the end of your url so that every time you reload Zimbra doesn't use the "cached" files.

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