Zimbra Tips : How To Insert Picture on Disclaimer

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If you have disclaimer on your Zimbra and want to insert picture (like company logo), i hope this guidance can help you to do that. This guidance only work on html mode

– Insert picture into  /opt/zimbra/jetty/webapps/zimbra/skins/_base/logos/ folder. For example, the name of pictures is logo-perusahaan.png

– Create disclaimer file

vi /tmp/disclaimer.html

fill with the following example

<img src="https://mail.imanudin.net/skins/_base/logos/logo-perusahaan.png" width="240" height="100" align="left">
<font size=3><b>PT. Excellent Infotama Kreasindo (Persero)</b></font>
<font size=2><b>Ruko Premier Serenity Blok J No. 12
Jl. KH Agus Salim No 40 E Bekasi Jaya Bekasi Timur
Bekasi 17112 Jawa Barat, Indonesia</b></font>

– Load disclaimer file as html disclaimer

su - zimbra
zmprov md imanudin.net zimbraAmavisDomainDisclaimerHTML "`cat /tmp/disclaimer.html`"
zmamavisdctl restart

The following is example disclaimer with picture on html mode

Good luck and hopefully useful 😉

9 thoughts on - Zimbra Tips : How To Insert Picture on Disclaimer

  • Hi Iman,
    I have tried the same. But still i am getting the zimbra logo.also not finding uploaded logo anywhere. please suggest.

  • Hi, This is Monjur Alam. We are facing some problem.
    we are using zimbra open source edition 8.5.While executing zmprov -l gaa command getting following error:
    Exception in thread “main” java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: GC overhead limit exceeded
    HDD : 10 TB
    RAM: 64 GB
    Mailbox: 1020

  • Hi Iman,
    in receipton must to click show the picture for see a picture..
    how to send picture as attachment in disclaimer?
    for always show the picture, thanks

      • Hi Jonathan BR,

        I am found how to embed picture on disclaimer. Please try these step

        1. run command “base64 picture.png” or whatever image type from your Linux/Mac machine
        2. Edit HTML disclaimer on src img

        img src="data:image/png;base64,....code from command .base64..picture above..