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==EWS Requires A License Key==
==EWS Requires A License Key==

Revision as of 02:47, 11 July 2015

Exchange Web Services EWS For 8.5+

   KB 21095        Last updated on 2015-07-11  

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EWS Requires A License Key

To see if your ZCS server has EWS enabled, you must check from the CLI - see bugs noted below. This is also true for the "Touch client". If you want these features and currently don't have them as a part of your license, please contact your sales agent so you can get a new license issued with these features enabled.

$ zmlicense -p | egrep -i 'touch|ews'

If you needed to get a new license, you should either do the following on your ZCS server or those running the mailstore services, after installing the license to get EWS working:

zmprov fc license

Or a full zcs restart :

zmcontrol restart

Bug/RFE's Related To EWS License

Existing Documentation

Documentation Project

Identified Support Issues

  • Bug#97198 Reproducible crash in OS X
  • Bug#94779 Zimbra EWS crashes Mail on OS X Yosemite
Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration Suite 8.5 Date Created: 08/4/2014
Article ID: Date Modified: 2015-07-11

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