Zimbra Collaboration 8.7.11 GA Release
Check out the "Fixed Issues" and "Known Issues" for this version of Zimbra Collaboration below. As always, you’re encouraged to tell us what you think in the Forums, or file a bug in Bugzilla.
If interested, please see a complete list of changes in this release in the next Table, for a detailed Bugzilla list, please use this report
To upgrade to version 8.7.11 from ZCS 7.2.x or later, please check our upgrade documentation.
For supported operating systems and browsers please check our supported systems documentation.
|Zimbra Drive early release Minor Improvements|
|Zimbra Chat early release Minor Improvements|
|107921||Admin UI session not invalidated on logout [CWE-384]|
|107979||S/MIME certificate not seen in Contact Properties|
|97710||Tasks causing slowness from ZWC and consuming CPU resources|
|106132||Can't Disable External Imap and pop3 Access through cos and per user basis|
|102930||EWS Sharing - Handle sync of shared folders on remote node|
|107892||SIEVE: Sieve rule gets applied to all the recipients even if applied to a single recepient|
|107897||UI filter became unusable when the rule contains mix of log,notify function|
|107898||log statement getting removed from sieve script if we move folder or disable/enable Filter rule|
|107900||Existing zimbraMailSieveScript(set from backend) gets overridden if we create filter from UI|
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