I'm interested in setting the zimbrabackend up, but I can't seem to download any files from Z-Push Zimbra Backend | Download Z-Push Zimbra Backend software for free at SourceForge.net
There just doesn't seem to be any files there.
Thanks, I didn't think of svn.
To save a lazy guy (me) reading through 34 pages of posts, is there a wiki with setup instructions? I've got instructions for setting up z-push and I found a quick and dirty set of instructions for the backend, but they are very basic and rather old, and I assume there are some changes if it's now up to revision 42.
Open the file in a text editor.
If you have z-push setup, the additional zimbra backend instructions are in notes at the top of the file.
I was in the process of figuring out how to use the files section of the sourceforge site over the past couple of days. So, it is a coincidence you wrote this morning. I am looking into adding a separate release notes file up there soon - but in the meantime you should find what you need in the file itself.
Basically, copy zimbra.php to the backend folder of z-push, and make the appropriate changes to config.php
I just uploaded Release 45 of the backend to sourceforge. This release adds support of the provisioning - remote wipe - functionality.
Files are uploaded to the Files section of sourceforge now - you no longer have to use SVN
Code:============== Z-Push Zimbra Backend - Release Notes - Revision 45 ============== Changes Made To Revision 45: - Implemented the provisioning "Remote Device Wipe" functionality. This needs a MYSQL database to work. To disable it, set PROVISIONING to false in config.php - Sync Device Categories with Server Tags (requirement for zimbra 7) - Removed html="1" from GetMsgRequest calls in StatMessage to reduce data returned - Fixed getBody to compare on passed $html variable instead of $this->_useHTML - Added comments & Reduced logging in AlterPingChanges Provisioning "Remote Device Wipe" ================================= The major enhancement introduced by Revision 45 is the implementation of the basic provisioning functionality - Remote Wipe. This functionality allows for sending a request to a sync'ing device to factory-reset itself thus clearing it of all sensitive corporate/personal sensitive information. When I say all - I mean all. It makes no difference where the data came from or how it got loaded on the device. If it was not there when the phone came out of the box it will not be there after the remote wipe has completed. You can choose whether you enable this functionality or not in your deployment by following these instructions. To Use The Zimbra Backend Without Provisioning Support ------------------------------------------------------ If you wish to continue to use the zimbra backend without the provisioning support simply edit the config.php file and ensure that you have define('PROVISIONING', false); If PROVISIONING is false, none of the new provisioning functions will be called by the z-push server - and sync'ing will continue as with previous releases. To Use The Zimbra Backend With Provisioning Support --------------------------------------------------- In order to use the remote wipe functionality it is necessary to configure a MYSQL database to store the details of sync'ing devices prior to putting Release 45 into production. If you wish to use the provisioning support - download the file zpush-zimbra-provisioning.tgz from https://sourceforge.net/projects/zimbrabackend/ web site, and follow the instructions in the readme.txt file. Once the database is ready, copy the zimbradb.php include to the z-push/backend folder (the same location as the zimbra.php file) and edit the config.php file to make sure to define('PROVISIONING', true); If PROVISIONING is false, the z-push server will call the new provisioning functions before it will allow a device to sync. The zimbra-provisioning.tgz file contains a set of php files that implement a basic management console for monitoring sync'ing, and for wiping devices. Sync Device Categories with Server Tags ======================================= The other significant functionality change in this release is to Sync Device Categories with Server Tags. This is listed as a requirement for zimbra 7. This is a chhange from previous functionality where Categoreis from the device were ignored, and folder names for contacts were pushed to the device as Categories. There is a workaround for anyone wishing to still have Categories on the device identify the server folder for a contact. That is to create Tags on the server with the same names as each of your existing contact folders - and then apply the appropriate tag to each of the contacts in each of the folders.
I installed Revision 45, the contact and calendar are working. However, I can see mail but no push if new email received.
I checked the log and found below:
] /var/www/z-push/backend/zimbra.php:4495 date_default_timezone_set() [<a href='function.date-default-timezone-set'>function.date-default-timezone-set</a>]: Timezone ID '(GMT-08.00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)' is invalid (8)
Is our timezone not correct? And how to fix it? Thanks.
The instructions at the top of the file explains where to find timezone information ...
Regardless of whether you want to use a roaming timezone - or just your default one from config.php - the PHP definition for a timezone is the same - and you need to use one from the list on the referenced pages.Code:* Timezones : To handle the situation where a user is not in the same timezone as the zimbra server * whether just roaming, or on a permanent basis, the user can specify their current * timezone in the domain field when setting up the account (see also profile identifier * above). Refer to the php timezones list (http://www.php.net/manual/en/timezones.php) * Specify the preferred timezone in the domain field using @Region/City. * Note: If used in conjunction with the profile identifier, specify the combined * information as profileId@Region/City
Based on the fact you list Pacific, you will need the Americas page
PHP: America - Manual
Pick your closest big city and use that. You should end up with something like
for your timezone.
That is the second part of your question answered. Based on the fact you had the timezone setting wrong, it is possible you did not get calendar appointments sync'ed correctly. I would recommend you do a full resync - or at least unsync your calendar, and resync that once you have corrected the setting.
That being said, the timezone does not affect the pushing of emails.
For the email push - what phone are you using?
Is it set for sync "as email arrives" - or perhaps set for "manual" - or is it perhaps outside of the hours of day when push is on ?
Have you subscribed to the folders you want to monitor ?
Last edited by liverpoolfcfan; 09-23-2010 at 03:57 PM.
Thanks for your quick response.
I am using iPhone (the 1st generation) and OS is 3.1.3.
I set the email account to use "Push". Don't know why.
Thanks again for your reply.
Here's a blog link I found that talks about activeSync on the iPhone. Might be worth a look.
The iPhone Exchange ActiveSync Guide – Stephen Foskett, Pack Rat
I don't have an iPhone - but use both an HTC WM device and a Nokia with no problems.
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