Configuration file for the ZCS install, to automate the process by feeding hard-coded values instead of letting the user interactively enter his data. Optional.
Let’s install the services first.
installing zimbra collaboration suite
Okay, first off we need to install Zimbra Collaboration Suite. I’m basing this project on an Ubuntu Server (10.04 LTS at the moment), so with the OS set up, let’s install ZCS.
Connecting Asterisk with Zimbra for an even better communications client.
In part 1, I lay out the objectives for this undertaking, explaining what we’re trying to accomplish here.
Third post in a series that demonstrates how to create a small RESTful Ajax application leveraging the Dojo Toolkit and Python Werkzeug.
This post describes the implementation of an Ajax front-end using the dojo toolkit. In part one of this series I described the architecture, and in part two I implemented a RESTful backend. In this post we’ll utilize that back-end and produce an UI with the dojo toolkit. The application is available at letsplantheevent. The source code is available at github.
This post surveys the current state of HTTP browser file uploads and motivates the need for a Java applet to upload files.
Second post in a series that demonstrate how to create a small RESTful Ajax application leveraging the Dojo Toolkit and Python Werkzeug.
We’re not the first building a RESTful web service. Tubes is a useful small library on top of Python Werkzeug that helps create such services with a minimal amount of coding effort.
This post is the first post in a series that demonstrate how to create a small RESTful Ajax application leveraging the Dojo Toolkit and Python Werkzeug. This post describes the architecture of a sample application that is developed during the posts.
In the next series of posts I’ll describe the complete process of creating a small RESTful Ajax application. The web application developed is a minimalistic task list - check it out here.
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S/MIME is based on three cryptographic concepts: digests, symmetric encryption and asymmetric encryption. Symmetric encryption is also known as bulk encryption, and asymmetric encryption is also known as public key cryptography.