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    Cool [SOLVED] Reinstalling Yahoo Emoticons?

    As part of our ZOSE 7 deployment, I uninstalled the Yahoo! Emoticons Zimlet before realizing that I would have a string of folks at my office door begging me to re-enable it. How do I redeploy the undeployed Yahoo! Emoticons zimlet? i.e., from where can I download it? I don't see it in the Gallery and a Google search yielded no results... Thanks!

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    You should have it in one of your /opt/zimbra/zimlet-* directories (I can't remember which right now). From there it's just a simple zmzimletctl deploy yemoticons.zip and you're done.

    Users may need to reload their ZWC session or log out and back in again.

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    So that others do not need to search, this is the specific command I used to re-enable / reinstall Yahoo! Emoticons Zimlet:

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    /opt/zimbra/bin/zmzimletctl deploy /opt/zimbra/zimlets-extra/com_zimbra_ymemoticons.zip

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