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    I'm not sure if this is where I should be posting, but I'm hoping someone may be able to help me with some problems I have been having with Zimbra. First, when I use an apostrophe when typing an email it opens a search box in the bottom left of the screen. Is there anyway to prevent this? Secondly, I have problems with zimbra freezing firefox sometimes when I am in the middle of composing an email. Does anyone else have these problems?

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    Welcome to the forums

    No issues with ZWC hanging in Firefox. Are you the server admin or a user ? Do you use a hosted service at all ? Do you know which version of Zimbra you are connecting to ?

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    I'm a user. My company just switched over to the Zimbra collaboration suite last month so I don't know many of the details about what version it is etc. I'm not sure if we are considered hosted since it is through our company's own mail system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah smith View Post
    First, when I use an apostrophe when typing an email it opens a search box in the bottom left of the screen.
    Firefox will do that if a text input field is not the focus when the apostrophe is typed. It's odd that it would happen otherwise. I don't see any Firefox setting that would do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarah smith View Post
    [...]I don't know many of the details about what version it is etc.[...]
    Send yourself an e-mail message. Click "Get Mail." Right click on the e-mail message and select "Show Original." Then see if the "X-Mailer:" field has been populated. It should contain the Zimbra version number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edwin.arneson View Post
    Send yourself an e-mail message. Click "Get Mail." Right click on the e-mail message and select "Show Original." Then see if the "X-Mailer:" field has been populated. It should contain the Zimbra version number.
    The following will get the version via the Web UI:

    Code:
    $set: get version
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