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    roli8200 is offline Project Contributor
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    Default Some Help with ZMailbox

    Hello

    I'm on writing a zimbra notifier program which sould work on windows linux and macos. The reason is mainly that the existing one missing the feature to directly send files as attachement (Windows: right click on file -> Send to -> Mail Receipient).

    I made the skeleton of the app and can successfully connect the mailbox through the ZMailbox. First of all: The funcionality of ZMailbox is just great.

    In using this api I would like to ask some questions to implement specific features:

    1: How can I get the list (Subject, sender, date) of the unread e-mails

    2: When clicked on that unread email, how can I "remotly" control the open web interface to show that mail shows up? Therefore:
    Is it possible control an other session from the same user?

    2: After uploaded a file, how can I "remotly" control the web interface to compose a mail with the uloaded file?

    Thanks in advance

    Roland

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    roli8200 is offline Project Contributor
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    Default Frustration

    Its a bit frustrating to see been ignored here. Are question that dump, or simply nobody knows an answer?

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    first is offline Active Member
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    1. Try searching all unread mails and then get for each, information which you need - subject, sender, etc.
    2. After you have valid http cookie you don't need any other session - Just include the cookie in every http request. You could directly show up particular message in browser, and the answer you could find it in Zimbra forums
    3. I didn't get the idea what you want to achieve

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