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    cyruspy is offline Junior Member
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    Default Changing password on ZDesktop 7.0.1

    I don't see how to change the option to change password on 7.0.1, in the preferences within Zimbra account or at the accounts summary view...

    Am I missing something?

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    Anyone knows what's the procedure to change password on Zimbra Desktop 7.0.1?.

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    Click the "Setup" link in the upper right corner of the Desktop Client.
    Click "edit" on the entry for the account for which you want to change the password.
    Enter the new password in the password box.
    Click Validate and save.
    If it validates with the email server, you will get a 'Launch Desktop' button.

    Note that ZD is not the vehicle to use to change passwords on the backend email servers. You must use the web client to change your Zimbra Password (if using internal auth) or you must change your Domain password with Windows if using Active directory Auth.

    Simply stated, change the password in ZD _after_ changing your password on the affected server.

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