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    Default Can I Password Protect Zimbra

    Hi All,

    I just started using Zimbra and like the idea of having my emails downloaded into my computer. However, sometimes other people are using my computer and can read the emails I have downloaded. Is there a way to protect Zimbra so that the application cannot be opened without a password?

    Thanks.

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    Built in? Not that I'm aware of. You could use the web portal (If you're using Zimbra as the mail server)

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    Ben Franklin quote:

    "Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

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