Zimbra is open-source server and client software for messaging and collaboration: email, group calendaring, contacts, and web document management and authoring. The Zimbra server is available for Linux, Mac OS X, appliances, and virtualization platforms. The Zimbra Web 2.0 Ajax client runs on Firefox, Safari, and IE, and features easy integration/mash-ups of web portals, business applications, and VoIP using web services.
This book shows readers how to install and configure Zimbra for use with the web client, Outlook, and mobile devices. Readers will learn about Zimbra Collaboration Suite architecture and get an overview of its Administration. The book covers setting up users, using Zimbra as your main email server, and security, spam, and virus issues. It wraps up by looking at some Zimlets, Zimbra mashups, as well as backing up and managing performance.
This compact, friendly Administrators Guide contains plenty of step-by-step instructions as well as useful references and checklists. It shows readers how to install and configure Zimbra for use with the web client, Outlook, and mobile devices.
This is a compact Administrators Guide. It is friendly, and contains plenty of step-by-step instructions for installation and configuration of Zimbra as well as useful references and checklists.
Who this book is for
Administrators working with Zimbra on Linux or Mac OS X. Administrators who want to set up Zimbra for use in small/medium businesses.