I upgraded from ZCS FOSS 4.5.9 on Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS (fully patched) to ZCS FOSS 5.0.2 and all seems like it is ok, except that IMAP doesn't seem to be working correctly.

When I try to connect, it asks me to verify and accept my self-signed certificate for IMAP4-SSL, Port 993. So far so good, but from now on, Thunderbird will not see any changes to the mailbox or messages. If I go to the web interface, all my mail is there, including test messages I sent after this problem began. After doing MUCH searching and troubleshooting, I traced part of the problem to the fact that zmperditionctl is asking for a password that I don't have a clue of. Any suggestions? I am not sure what other information you might need.

Chris

Code:
zimbra@giskard:~$ zmcontrol -v


Release 5.0.2_GA_1975.UBUNTU6 UBUNTU6 FOSS edition

zimbra@giskard:~$ zmperditionctl status
imap4 is not running
imap4s is not running
pop3 is not running
pop3s is not running
zimbra@giskard:~$ zmperditionctl start
Starting imap4
Password:
Starting imap4s
Password:
Starting pop3
Password:
Starting pop3s
Password:
imap4 is not running
imap4s is not running
pop3 is not running
pop3s is not running
zimbra@giskard:~$  zmperditionctl start
Starting imap4
Password:
Sorry, try again.
Password:
Sorry, try again.
Password:
Sorry, try again.
sudo: 3 incorrect password attempts
...<and so on>...