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  1. > Not in any commonly agreed upon manner. There...

    > Not in any commonly agreed upon manner. There aren't even emoticons for it.

    Emoticons ?
    What about words ?

    Remember, we're talking about a purely social problem here.
    It's all about...
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    Hmm, why not doing the releases in smaller...

    Hmm, why not doing the releases in smaller iterations ?

    ZD is a different product anyways, so why not decoupling it from the ZCS release schedule ?
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    > It would take distributing zimbra-core, which...

    > It would take distributing zimbra-core, which is a massive package full of a million different things.

    In case of such an security fix, most of these things would remain the same. Where's the...
  4. > Even technical measures, such as DRM, must be...

    > Even technical measures, such as DRM, must be backed up by legal and social enforcement
    > mechanisms because of the analog loophole. So the DRM community brings suits against
    > (a very small...
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    Not completely answered. But that's not the...

    Not completely answered.

    But that's not the main issue here. You already have a build system, which creates packages.
    Even it's not yet suited for initial deployment or larger upgrades (like...
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    Any plans to integrate ZMPKG?

    Hi folks,

    as some people here maybe already know, we've developed ZMPKG, to allow robust
    and easy deployment (incl. upgrades, removal, dependency tracking, etc) of Zimbra
    extensions (not just...
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    It's not just a bug, it's a major design flaw -...

    It's not just a bug, it's a major design flaw - the whole approach is completely wrong.



    I've put it into the user forum for a good reason: warn the users (yes, especially end-users!)
    not to...
  8. Okay, got it :) Build process (at least...

    Okay, got it :)

    Build process (at least 3rdparty stuff) seems to have improved quite a lot.

    But still a lots of problems. Will push my fixes to github:
    https://github.com/metux/open-zimbra
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    I was referring to the original post about...

    I was referring to the original post about missing files / broken dependencies.
  10. I hope, you're aware, that such DRM stuff only...

    I hope, you're aware, that such DRM stuff only works within a strictly enclosed and controlled
    environment. In other words: such an RAPPD-enforcing infrastructure must not allow such
    mails to leave...
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    SMIME => potential security risk !

    Hi folks,

    just had a closer look at the SMIME stuff (NE feature), and was quite a bit shocked, what's going on here.

    Let's dig a bit in com_zimbra_smime.jarx:

    Manifest declares:
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    Also did so quite some time ago. There's not...

    Also did so quite some time ago.

    There's not much to explain, as it's pretty trivial and obvious:
    in case of such an hotfix case occours, fork off at the latest release, fix the bug, then rebuild...
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    *lol* yet another time that hack failed. I...

    *lol* yet another time that hack failed.

    I really wonder why Zimbra folks doing such strange installer script, which pushes in the packages
    on that low level, instead of just setting up proper...
  14. Zimbra 6 is _REALLY_ ancient, I dont think...

    Zimbra 6 is _REALLY_ ancient, I dont think somebody will support it anymore.

    And newer Zimbra (at least since 7.x) won't work on Windows (at least not w/o rewriting huge parts).
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    Sticky: Nice to read that, but I really wonder where to...

    Nice to read that, but I really wonder where to get the JP source.
  16. By the way: where can I get the source for 8.5 ?

    By the way: where can I get the source for 8.5 ?
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    Such things usually happen, when software isn't...

    Such things usually happen, when software isn't packaged directly for certain distros
    (_including_ proper package repositories) and instead people hack up strange
    installation programs that should...
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    Sticky: The problem is, they're using that horribly...

    The problem is, they're using that horribly bugging "git-fusion" for mirroring from p4 to git.
    And they're even using it the wrong way, so the history is messed up (eg. no common
    ancestors between...
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    Horrible security "patching"

    Hi folks,

    I'm really getting fed up w/ your way of doing security "patches".
    Things like this:
    ...
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    Yet another problem: requires native junixsocket...

    Yet another problem: requires native junixsocket libraries, but doesnt build it at all.
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    No, that doesnt work. It begins with a bug in...

    No, that doesnt work.

    It begins with a bug in ./ZimbraBuild/buildZCS.sh: it can't find the jdk tarball, even if placed correctly.
    Small but nasty typo. That alone should be enough for a q.e.d.
    ...
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    Knowing the exact version would be helpful. As...

    Knowing the exact version would be helpful.
    As zimbra user, call: zmpkg list



    Actually, it's more a toy project, to try whether the problem can be solved just by having
    a zimlet that parses...
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    Maybe use a milter for that.

    Maybe use a milter for that.
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    Problem is: the API has changed heavily. We...

    Problem is: the API has changed heavily.

    We have encapsulated everything that affects our zimlets in a common library, which exists in separate versions for Helix and IronMaiden:
    ...
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    This isn't actually a trivial thing. As you...

    This isn't actually a trivial thing.

    As you already mentioned, adding LDAP attributes is rather simple - if you're doing it manually.
    But manual hacking in production systems obviously is a no...
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