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Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

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pwalker42
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Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby pwalker42 » Mon Jan 23, 2023 3:48 pm

I'm using Zimbra 8.8.15, and every time I log in, the "Folder" column on the mail results does not show.
I have to right-click the header of the table showing my mail and select the "Folder" item to get the appropriate column to show.
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Is there a way to configure it so that this column is always shown by default?
Is there either a user option, an administrator option, or a CLI command that will let me set that?


jhurley
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Re: Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby jhurley » Mon Jan 23, 2023 5:36 pm

Interesting, I'm not experiencing the issue
Which patch are you running within 8.8.15?
Are you running any custom Zimlet?
pwalker42
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Re: Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby pwalker42 » Mon Jan 23, 2023 5:45 pm

We are running Patch 36.

We are not running any custom zimlets. The zimlets we have installed are:

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com_zimbra_adminversioncheck
com_zimbra_archive
com_zimbra_attachcontacts
com_zimbra_attachmail
com_zimbra_backuprestore
com_zimbra_bulkprovision
com_zimbra_cert_manager
com_zimbra_click2call_cisco
com_zimbra_click2call_mitel
com_zimbra_clientuploader
com_zimbra_convertd
com_zimbra_date
com_zimbra_delegatedadmin
com_zimbra_email
com_zimbra_emailtemplates
com_zimbra_hsm
com_zimbra_license
com_zimbra_mailarchive
com_zimbra_mobilesync
com_zimbra_phone
com_zimbra_proxy_config
com_zimbra_securemail
com_zimbra_smime
com_zimbra_smime_cert_admin
com_zimbra_srchhighlighter
com_zimbra_tooltip
com_zimbra_two_factor_auth
com_zimbra_ucconfig
com_zimbra_undosend
com_zimbra_url
com_zimbra_viewmail (ext)
com_zimbra_voiceprefs
com_zimbra_webex
com_zimbra_xmbxsearch
com_zimbra_ymemoticons
pwalker42
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Re: Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby pwalker42 » Mon Jan 23, 2023 5:47 pm

I'm still not having any luck finding a "setting" from the user's side that dictates which columns are shown by default.
Is there something on the admin side that will let me configure that? Or is the only option a CLI command?
jhurley
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Re: Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby jhurley » Mon Jan 23, 2023 6:49 pm

How many ldap's are you running? The data is stored within the LDAP.

zmprov desc -a zimbraPrefListViewColumns

Making the change to the UI should update this field on all LDAP servers.
I recommend testing to see if the UI is updating zimbraPrefListViewColumns

Run
zmprov ga <user@domain.com> zimbraPrefListViewColumns

fo = folder
* = unchecked

So, the following means all columns are showing:
TV:fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo|sz|fr|at|su|dt,TV-main:se|fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo|sz|fr|at|su|dt

The following means all columns except for Folder will show.
TV:fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo*|sz|fr|at|su|dt,TV-main:se|fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo|sz|fr|at|su|dt

you can Enable all columns by running:

zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefListViewColumns "TV:fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo|sz|fr|at|su|dt,TV-main:se|fg|pr|tg|rd|st|fo|sz|fr|at|su|dt"
pwalker42
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Re: Show "Folder" column by default in user interface (8.8.15)

Postby pwalker42 » Mon Jan 23, 2023 11:45 pm

We only have the Zimbra server connected to one LDAP server.
But I had no idea that those preferences were stored in LDAP. I now have a new clue to investigate!

Thanks @jhurley.

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