Zimbra Releases/8.8 Beta3
Zimbra Collaboration 8.8 Beta 3 Release
|Zimbra IMAPD Server - The Zimbra IMAPD server is an optionally installed dedicated server that handles IMAP(S) traffic. It can be installed on the same node as a mailbox server or on a separate node. When installed on the same node as a mailbox server the mailbox’s internal IMAPD process may be disabled. By default it is left enabled. Draft Documentation|
|107925||Bug 107925 - Persistent XSS - snippet [CWE-79] (8.8.0 beta2)|
|107948||Bug 107948 - Persistent XSS - mail addrs [CWE-79] (8.8.0 beta2)|
|107949||Bug 107949 - Persistent XSS - ucs [CWE-79] (8.8.0 beta2)|
|107963||Bug 107963 - Host header injection [CWE-20] (8.8.0 beta2)|
|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|
|108182||Mailbox sessions created by AdminWaitSets are not properly cleaned up|
|108183||Exception in imapd.log when unselecting a folder that was deleted in another IMAP session|
|108185||When notifications come in response headers they do not propagate to more then one session|
|108186||Unable to remove all tags from the message|
|108187||NullPointerException for save/update operation of tag|
|108188||NGINX Lookup Extension does not respect user's home server when looking up IMAPd list|
|N/A||Imap(OLK client) - unnecessary attachment get created when saving draft|
|N/A||Exception in imapd.log when configuring account in Mac Native Mail|
|N/A||Exception "StartOutOfBoundsException" in imapd.log when configuring account in Mac Native Mail|
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