ZimbraNotify

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ZimbraNotify, Linux Toaster wannabe, works on the system tray checking and notifying about new emails. The information is accessed through ATOM feeds.

This is the first and last version of this software, now im working in a SOAP based version. This way the ZimbraNotify could do much more, like:

   * Fast “Mark As” Messages,
   * Appointments notifications,
   * Quick Contact Search.
   * and much more.

ZimbraNotify is based on checkgmail by Owen Marshall, CheckGmail

Usage

This is a Perl application, so you will need some modules. When you run ZimbraNotify from the command line it'll tell you if you have missing modules.

Zimbracheck1.png


Once all the needed modules are installed, you will need to enter the login information on the Preferences GUI.

Zimbracheck2.png

And that's all. Next time you have new mail you will be notified:

Screenzimbracheck.png

You can download ZimbraNotify from Zimbra's Gallery: DOWNLOAD

All questions please post in the Forum

AutoStart

For KDE users, like me:

1. Save ZimbraCheck some where in your PATH, /usr/local/bin for example,

2. Change to $HOME/.kde/Autostart directory,

3. Make a symbolic to ZimbraNotify: ln -s /usr/local/bin/zimbranotify.

Installation von Fedora 11

1. Download ZimbraNotify
2. extract ZimbraNotify
3. Install Requirements

 yum install perl-Gtk2 perl-Gtk2-TrayIcon perl-XML-Simple perl-Crypt-SSLeay perl-Gtk2-Sexy perl-Crypt-Simple

Installation on Ubuntu 10.04

1. Download ZimbraNotify
2. extract ZimbraNotify
3. Install Requirements

 sudo apt-get install libgtk2-trayicon-perl libxml-simple-perl libcrypt-ssleay-perl
Verified Against: unknown Date Created: 2/13/2008
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ZimbraNotify Date Modified: 03/25/2015



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