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    batfastad is offline Elite Member
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    Question Lock zimbra webmail screen (not account lockout)

    Hi everyone

    Just wondering if there's a way (or a feature request) to quickly lock your Zimbra screen?
    Sometimes if you login from another machine it locks any previous sessions with a password prompt.
    Is there any way to do that rather than a full logout?
    Say if you're stepping away from your desk it could be useful but I realise most people probably rely on the screen lock functionality of their OS.

    Cheers, B
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    There isn't a way to do that. Just lock your screen.

    Logging out would do the same thing; you'd have to re-enter your password anyways
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