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VMware extends it’s Horizon introducing Horizon Mail

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VMware has just published a new part of the VMware Horizon portfolio – VMware Horizon Mail. VMware Horizon Mail is a new native Android collaboration application that allows you to access corporate email, calendar, contacts and tasks. This application was previously available as a VMware fling. Now you can find it on Google Play. The app will be the default email/PIM client for VMware Horizon Mobile. Horizon Mail supports any Microsoft ActiveSync compliant email server and also the VMware Zimbra Collaboration Server.

These are the highlights:

  • Comprehensive capabilities for Email, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks
  • Best-in-market support for VMware Zimbra Collaboration Suite with features such as Briefcase, Saved Searches, etc.
  • Clean, elegant but powerful user interface
  • Create widgets to access email, contacts and calendar from home screen
  • Conversation mode
  • Comprehensive folder support with ability to automatically sync individual folders
  • Local and server-based search
  • Integrate with native PIM to view personal and “work” Contacts and Calendar together
  • Support for ActiveSync policies such as PIN, etc.
  • Support for certificate-based authentication and S/MIME for encrypted emails
  • Enabled for multi-window capability on select devices
  • GAL search 

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More details can be found at the VMware CTO Blog.

 

Links: http://cto.vmware.com/introducing-vmware-horizon-mail/

Written by Christoph Harding

February 2nd, 2013 at 12:41 pm

Make Zimbra Webmail secure (HTTPS)

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I’m using the Zimbra Collaboration Suite for some days now and I have to say that I’m really happy with it. The user web interface is just awesome, easy to use and I love the Ajax stuff. I’m also using it on my iPhone and it runs perfectly. There was just one thing which made me feel a bit uncomfortable with. After the installation the Webmail component was just accessible via HTTP which is not encrypted. During the last years I got some bad  experience with other applications which needed to be changed from HTTP to HTTPS and this time I had a uneasy feeling but it was without any reason.

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Written by Christoph Harding

April 21st, 2010 at 9:06 pm

Posted in Zimbra

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