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    Default Accessing the Zimbra Client features

    Hi,

    I am trying to access the following features from Zimbra client open source edition 4.5 but could not able to find out.These features are listed in ZimbraCollaborationSuiteFeatureList.pdf which is availbale on zimbra site.I am just listing those below:

    1)Ajax Linking & Embedding (ALE) Ability to embed rich content objects as independently editable items inside a web Document

    2)Templates Ability to use templates for web Documents (headers, footers, etc.)

    3)WikiWords "WikiWords" in web Documents automatically create links to other web Documents referenced by the Wiki

    4)Domain-level Notebook option Ability to create a notebook that is shared by everyone within a domain .Is it accessible thru admin client?

    If any any one can help me in how to access the features it would really help.

    Any help or pointers will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks
    -Sudhir

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    We are evaluating zimbra mail client for the features mentioned.If any one can guide me as how to see those features it will help?

    Thanking in advance.

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    1)Ajax Linking & Embedding (ALE) Ability to embed rich content objects as independently editable items inside a web Document
    Paste/make a spreadsheet/table inside the documents tab, etc

    2)Templates Ability to use templates for web Documents (headers, footers, etc.)
    For document templates see /opt/zimbra/wiki/Template You can have a different template per domain if you'd like - usual names for these are like somethingwiki@domain.com - not to be confused with the global documents account.

    End-user templates for emails are coming shortly -and for documents clone/duplicate/copy&paste will allow the end user to quickly reuse the same structure on a new doc.

    4)Domain-level Notebook option Ability to create a notebook that is shared by everyone within a domain .Is it accessible thru admin client?
    Admin console> go to domains> then the documents tab (might have to use the create documents button first)
    The same can be done via:
    zmprov idn domainwiki@company.com password domain.com /opt/zimbra/wiki/Template Template
    This command creates the domain Documents account. Only one per domain. When you create this account from the CLI, the default permissions are enabled (All users in the domain have permission to View, Edit, Remove, and Add wiki pages to the Domain Documents Notebook folder. No permissions are given to users in other domains nor to the public to view the Notebook wiki pages)
    When you create this account from the administration console, you can select which permissions to enable. You can also change permissions from the administration console.

    To import other HTML text documents, images, Word documents, etc:
    zmprov impn domainwiki@company.com password /tmp notebook
    Before importing files, any file that will become a Documents page (wiki-style page), must be renamed to include the extension “.wiki”. If it does not have this extension, the file is imported as a file, and accessed either as an attachment or an image.

    (it should already be created-because otherwise you wouldn't see the documents tab-but global documents is zmprov in globalwiki@domain.com password /opt/zimbra/wiki/Template Template)

    Of course replacing 'domainwiki' or 'globalwiki' in the above commands with whatever you want-it's just easier to understand the examples.

    3)WikiWords "WikiWords" in web Documents automatically create links to other web Documents referenced by the Wiki
    So you are editing RandomDocument, and type ThisDocumument (two words compressed without spaces) and on saving the the page it becomes a hyperlink to ThisDocument
    For external shares (non zimbra users) you have to go [[ThisDocument][ThisDocument]]
    Of course WikiWords can be like ThisDifferentLongerNamedDocument or Version4Dot5DotSix (just don't start with a number or use dashes).
    Last edited by mmorse; 08-06-2007 at 10:56 PM.

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