Difference between revisions of "KyaPanel with Zimbra"

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It's an extremely useful tool, just to 'disclaimer': Zimbra can play well with others through APIs. That's how cross interactions for webservices/applications work best. Hacking mysql and localconfig could result in problems down the road and it would be negligent of us not to warn. Hopefully the Kya people will use some of the safer methods down the line.  
 
It's an extremely useful tool, just to 'disclaimer': Zimbra can play well with others through APIs. That's how cross interactions for webservices/applications work best. Hacking mysql and localconfig could result in problems down the road and it would be negligent of us not to warn. Hopefully the Kya people will use some of the safer methods down the line.  
  
(ie: Zimbra can be managed by others, as as we're based some excellent open source third parties. It's up to the users to take the chance of course, just need to make sure our "what's NE supported" position is clear.)
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(ie: Zimbra can be managed by others, as as we're based some excellent open source third parties - and that's the point of stuff like this afteral. It's up to the users to take the chance of course, just need to make sure our "what's network edition supported" position is clear.)
  
 
More specifically there are tools like zmlocalconfig/zmltmpinject/zmmailbox that could be used. example: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/26431-kyapanel-offers-zimbra-backup-restore-tool.html#post125101
 
More specifically there are tools like zmlocalconfig/zmltmpinject/zmmailbox that could be used. example: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/26431-kyapanel-offers-zimbra-backup-restore-tool.html#post125101

Revision as of 19:45, 4 February 2009

Disclaimer

It's an extremely useful tool, just to 'disclaimer': Zimbra can play well with others through APIs. That's how cross interactions for webservices/applications work best. Hacking mysql and localconfig could result in problems down the road and it would be negligent of us not to warn. Hopefully the Kya people will use some of the safer methods down the line.

(ie: Zimbra can be managed by others, as as we're based some excellent open source third parties - and that's the point of stuff like this afteral. It's up to the users to take the chance of course, just need to make sure our "what's network edition supported" position is clear.)

More specifically there are tools like zmlocalconfig/zmltmpinject/zmmailbox that could be used. example: http://www.zimbra.com/forums/administrators/26431-kyapanel-offers-zimbra-backup-restore-tool.html#post125101



Installation

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Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=KyaPanel_with_Zimbra Date Modified: 2009-02-04



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