Difference between revisions of "Hide the links to the default helps"

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For example, if you want to show the Product Help, and New Features, but hide the Help Central Online, you can set up:
 
For example, if you want to show the Product Help, and New Features, but hide the Help Central Online, you can set up:
  zmprov mcf zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps productHelp
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  zmprov mcf +zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps productHelp
 
  zmprov mcf +zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps newFeatures
 
  zmprov mcf +zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps newFeatures
 +
zmprov mcf -zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps onlineHelp
  
 
This configuration key is applicable system-wide (global), and domain-wide.
 
This configuration key is applicable system-wide (global), and domain-wide.

Revision as of 21:58, 17 December 2016

Hide the links to the default helps

   KB 22773        Last updated on 2016-12-17  




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Purpose

How to hide hyperlinks to the Product Help, Help Center Online, and/or New Features which are listed in the pull-down menu on the Advanced web client.

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Resolution

The zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps handles that help page links should be displayed in the pull-down menu. The zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps takes multiple values as follows:

Name Description
productHelp
Show the link to Product Help
onlineHelp
Show the link to Help Central Online
newFeatures
Show the link to New Features

For example, if you want to show the Product Help, and New Features, but hide the Help Central Online, you can set up:

zmprov mcf +zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps productHelp
zmprov mcf +zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps newFeatures
zmprov mcf -zimbraWebClientSupportedHelps onlineHelp

This configuration key is applicable system-wide (global), and domain-wide.

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Verified Against: Zimbra Collaboration 8.7 Date Created: 06/20/2016
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Hide_the_links_to_the_default_helps Date Modified: 2016-12-17



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