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    Default Hide Admin's "View Mail" button

    hello,

    i want to hide the "View mail" button on administrator web panel on the Manage Accounts menu. i'm using the open source version.

    i've been "searching needle in the hay stack" here: /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbraAdmin trying to figure out a way to hide that button.

    i'm thinking either disable it from the AJAX script or simply hide it using CSS style, but it seem to not work.

    any pointers would be appriciated. thank you

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    Please do not double post as you have asked this question on another thread; if somebody has the answer I am sure they will respond.

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    you can delete the other thread, please keep this one as this is more specific.

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    Anyone have ideas how to do this in 6.x?
    The instructions for 5.x don't work anymore.

    My main concern is that this option violates local privacy laws.
    So it's kinda important to disable the feature from admins.

    Mocking around with source directly helps, but the button is always back after version update.

    More permanent solution would be appreciated.

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    6.x have totally different source code than 5.x, I still couldn't find a solution on how to disable the view button on 6.x

    i don't mind to edit the source code after update, it's not that often anyway, but of course a permanent solution would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markhard View Post
    6.x have totally different source code than 5.x, I still couldn't find a solution on how to disable the view button on 6.x

    i don't mind to edit the source code after update, it's not that often anyway, but of course a permanent solution would be nice.
    It's not necessary to edit the source code, try using the 'Role Based Delegate Administration' (search bugzilla for that term) function in the Admin UI. I believe this subject has also been covered in the forums.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    It's not necessary to edit the source code, try using the 'Role Based Delegate Administration' (search bugzilla for that term) function in the Admin UI. I believe this subject has also been covered in the forums.
    'Role Based Delegate Administration' is not available on the open source/community edition which i'm using.

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    You can do this task by the creation on one delegate administrator (even in open source edition)

    #zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraIsDelegatedAdminAccount TRUE zimbraAdminConsoleUIComponents
    cartBlancheUI
    #zmprov grr global usr user@domain.com +adminConsoleRights
    #zmprov grr global usr user@domain.com -adminLoginAs
    Last edited by janiceitit; 10-14-2010 at 05:59 AM.

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    Default Error on running zmprov command

    I get this error after entering the second command:
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    ./zmprov ma user@domain zimbraIsDelegatedAdminAccount FALSE zimbraAdminConsoleUIComponents cartBlancheUI
    ./zmprov grr global usr user@domain +adminConsoleRights
    ERROR: service.INVALID_REQUEST (invalid request: grantee for admin right or for user right with the can delegate modifier must be a delegated admin account or admin group, it cannot be a global admin account or a regular user account.)
    ./zmprov grr global usr user@domain -adminLoginAs
    ERROR: service.INVALID_REQUEST (invalid request: grantee for admin right or for user right with the can delegate modifier must be a delegated admin account or admin group, it cannot be a global admin account or a regular user account.)
    ———-

    Any comments on how to fix this and to eliminate the “View mail”?

    thanks

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    Hi markhard,

    you can develop an administrative zimlet that hide the button, but this is only a client (javascript code) solution that can be eluded quite easily.
    Cine - Community Manager - ZeXtras
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