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    rajeshkodali is offline Loyal Member
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    Default password Protect zimbra desktop

    Hi,

    Is there any way for password protect for zimbra desktop?? I have a problem to add signature to gmail account in ZD. It gives an error no such identity: xxxxxxxxxx ..

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    For your first question vote for these RFEs:
    Bug 27005 - Prompt for password in offline client (for zimbra/non zimbra accounts)
    Bug 14713 -encrypt offline messages

    Based on feedback I've seen, even though you can still find/search the store folder on disk, some want RFE 27005 for pass now anyways - as someone dropping by and navigating the store isn't as 'easy' as opening Zimbra Desktop.

    Current best practice is to set a OS level password (login/screensaver & not share accounts), OS encryption or storage/disk encryption.

    For the 2nd issue might add some notes to Bug 29375 - offline: Recieve Message "No Such Identity" when trying to attach a signature

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