Zimbra will lock out accounts on authentication failures / brute force attacks. Its very easy to unlock accounts from admin GUI. This can also be done from command line as zimbra user. sudo as zimbra user in the server and execute the following commands. zmprov ma email@example.com zimbraAccountStatus active. You are done. The same command … Continue reading “Unlock Zimbra Account from command line”
To change the password expiry time for a zimbra mail account, please follow the steps below. [zimbra@geo ~]$ zmprov ma firstname.lastname@example.org zimbraPasswordMaxAge 36500 This modifies the value. To see if the new value is set, use the command: [zimbra@geo~]$ zmprov ga email@example.com zimbraPasswordMaxAge # name firstname.lastname@example.org zimbraPasswordMaxAge: 36500 This can also be done from admin … Continue reading “change password expiry in zimbra mail account”
Zimlets are delivered as a zip file that includes all the files necessary to run the Zimlet. The zip file should be copied to the Zimbra servers to deploy the Zimlet to users. Deployment and management of Zimlets is only from the command line (CLI). To deploy a Zimlet to the default COS Copy the … Continue reading “Install Zimlets in Zimbra (ZCS)”
Preauth stands for pre-authentication, and is a mechanism to enable a trusted third party to vouch for a user’s identity. For example, if a user has already signed into a portal and wants to enter the mail application, they should not have to be prompted again for their password. You can create preauth key by … Continue reading “Zimbra PreAuth Keys”
Sometimes you may need to reset the password of the admin account in Zimbra from CLI. To get the list of all administrators in Zimbra, you can use: su – zimbra zmprov gaaa To reset the password of the admin account, use: zmprov sp <email@example.com> <your desired password> Hope this will help you all.