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    Current paying customer How to find the OWA url?

    trying to setup davmail in linux with thunderbird for full activesync and cant seem to find the owa url?

    http://www.linux-answered.com/2012/0...2010/#more-559


    Configure Davmail with the correct settings, in principal only one setting is really required. This is the correct OWA URL. For me this was https://webmail.mycompany.com/OWA

    https://<server>/OWA

    any help would be appreciated thanks in advance

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    Last edited by Cine; 07-23-2012 at 08:58 AM.

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    Hello spyngamerman,
    welcome to the forums!

    DavMail provides a gateway for different mail clients to connect to an Exchange Server, while ZeXtras Mobile provides an implementation of the Exchange ActiveSync protocol to a Zimbra server.
    A Microsoft Exchange server and a Zimbra server with Exchange ActiveSync capabilities are two different and completely separated entities, and DavMail requires a full-fledged Microsoft Exchange server in order to function, as it communicates with the server through the Exchange Web Services protocol.

    Have a nice day,
    Cine

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    np thanks for reply is there anyway to utilize the zextras active sync in a linux email client?

    my main question was how to use the functionality of zextras activesync in linux as i want to use pgp in local client as zimbra doesn't support it in webmail

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    Hi!

    I'm not aware of any Linux client or extension that uses the Exchange ActiveSync protocol (which was actually designed to be used by mobile devices) to synchronize with the server.
    Should you find one, please let me know... I'll be more than glad to run some tests

    Have a nice day,
    Cine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cine View Post
    Hi!

    I'm not aware of any Linux client or extension that uses the Exchange ActiveSync protocol (which was actually designed to be used by mobile devices) to synchronize with the server.
    Should you find one, please let me know... I'll be more than glad to run some tests

    Have a nice day,
    Cine
    have you seen this > https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/thu...-web-services/ or the zindus addon for thunderbird?

    know its been awhile but swithcing bck to linux and was hoping there was a resolution to this besides paying zimbra for there paid version to get real activesync for just a few email accounts vs how its reasonably priced with you guys

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    Hello spyngamerman!

    The Thunderbird add-on you linked is based on Exchange WebServices, which is a different protocol than Exchange ActiveSync.
    Unfortunately I've yet to stumble upon an EAS client/add-On for Linux, while for Windows there's Outlook 2013 and Windows Mail 8 and I think OSX will get EAS support with Office 2016 (now that TouchDown for Mac is not available anymore)...

    Have a nice day,
    Cine
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