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ISC Networking & Telecommunications Email Services - Zimbra

Service Features

  • Integrated Email, Calendaring, Tasks, and Contacts with the following clients:
    • Windows: Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 (Zimbra Connector for Outlook required)
    • Mac OS X: Zimbra Web Client, Advanced Edition at http://mailbox.zimbra.upenn.edu/
    • Handhelds: Windows Mobile 5.0/6.0, Windows Phone 7, Palm + ActiveSync (for calendar/contacts), Apple iPhone via ActiveSync or iZimbra web interface.
  • Email using any supported IMAP or POP client (see the Supported Products page for the current list of Email clients).
  • User@upenn.edu addressing, in addition to @pobox.upenn.edu and the option of other hosted domains.
  • Virus scanning and spam filtering of all email.
  • Mobile Access from supported handheld devices.
  • Unified Messaging for PennNet Phone subscribers.
  • 1 GB disk quota for all, email, calendaring, tasks, and contacts items.
  • Additional disk quota for a fee (see Rates page), up to 4 GB max quota.
  • Please note that the size of any individual mail message that is sent or received cannot be greater than 30MB.
  • File restorations
  • Account Management for Local Support Providers (LSPs) to create, modify and view accounts they manage.
  • Account Management for users.
  • Account self-provisioning for student

Service Alerts

Update, 5:50am - We received word from our vendor that the fix has been implemented. We are seeing normal delivery of new messages. Messages that had been queued during this period are now being delivered and it might take another 30 minutes to deliver the entire backlog.

8/21/2014, 5:00am - Starting at approximately 4:00am both Exchange and Zimbra are experiencing up to a 90 minutes delay on mail delivery of incoming mail due to problems being experienced by our mail sanitation vendor. We have received notification from Message Labs that they have discovered the problem and are working on a solution. They predict that the implementation of the solution should take about one hour.
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