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    Default Anyway to set Calendar as default view on startup

    Was wondering if there is a way to set which view is displayed on startup of Zimbra OS desktop or web interface. I can't see any configuration setting to do this. It always starts in 'mail' view but can it be set to start on calendar view as a reminder of today's appointments?

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    Andy
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    Hmmm...
    I tried http://server.mail.dom/zimbra?app=calendar
    (deduced from format for mailto:
    https://mail.server.com/zimbra?app=m...=compose&to=%1 )

    Works for me. (Substitute your own server.mail.domain, of course).
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