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March 5, 2015

Zarafa announces final release of ZCP 7.2

Today we are happy puppies because we can announce the immediate availability of ZCP 7.2 final! As with every major release, we introduce numerous enhancements and architecture changes. Benefits are to be found in enhanced stability, security and performance. This new release is the largest one […]
May 4, 2014

Blog series: Cool Scripts and Tools

In this new series we want to highlight some of the scripts and tools that you can find in our Github repository called zarafa-tools. These scripts have been (partly) made on customer request and the customer allowed us to share them with the community. If you […]
April 22, 2014

A first look at the new Zarafa Search

During our Zarafa Tour customers had advanced search features high on their wish list. Indeed Zarafa-search is missing some features that users have come to expect from other search engines. People are heavily interacting with email data as never before. We have made it our goal […]
June 20, 2013

Zarafa Archiver & Dynamic Configurations with Split Multi-Server

With exploding data sets in groupware systems most environments tend to hard limit the size of mailboxes from users. Users tend to keep their groupware data as long as they are associated to a company which often means years or even decades of data – for […]
May 2, 2013

S/MIME with Z-Push – signing and en-/decrypting of emails on mobile devices

Introduction Usage of mobile devices for corporate purposes has gain a lot of popularity over the last few years in all kinds of companies. It is possible to access almost every information using a smartphone or a tablet. This includes sensitive data like business emails, calendar […]
February 21, 2013

Ease of use is key in WebApp 1.3

Since the release of WebApp, the Zarafa community has reported many improvements. After the 1.2 release of WebApp, we decided to focus on capabilities that give prominence to efficiency and ease of use. Let’s dive into the most interesting changes we did for the 1.3 release: […]
February 4, 2013
Zarafa Inspector

Zarafa-Inspector: A Graphical MAPI Explorer

Zarafa-Inspector: A Graphical MAPI Explorer Employees at Zarafa often want to debug issues related to MAPI and verify if properties are written correctly in MAPI. All of our developers use GNU/Linux as their standard development environment and often want to look into how the data is […]
January 20, 2013

Cool Scripts and Tools – Automated spam processing with python-zarafa and zarafa-spamhandler.py

A few weeks ago we introduced python-zarafa. This new API allows you to easily create Python scripts that interact with a Zarafa server and its data. Today we are going to show you zarafa-spamhandler.py, a Python script consisting of only 80 lines of code that owes […]
January 20, 2013

Python-zarafa: high-level Python bindings for Zarafa

As mentioned in my previous blog post New search using Xapian and Python, we are using Python more and more at Zarafa. For example, ZWS, the new Xapian-based search prototype, our internal testing framework and many custom system administration scripts are written in Python. The main […]
January 20, 2013
Working with APIs and Zarafa

Communication APIs and Zarafa – Part 1: The History

You know, it’s called the “Zarafa Collaboration Platform” for a reason. Many years ago, when Zarafa had just started, the main focus was the traditional groupware functionality. That is, being able to share a few resources within a small business. There were people who could see […]
January 9, 2013
Get more focus with rules for Zarafa WebApp

More efficient in 2013 with wizard rules

During the many interviews I have had with customers and partners about WebApp usage and missing features, one specific feature was mentioned several times: ‘filter rules’. Especially for users who get tons of emails from different email lists ‘filter rules’ is a key feature to keep […]