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    Cool [SOLVED] How to run http(web site) & zimbra https on a single server?

    Using zcs 5.0.5 open source mail server.

    I am using only zimbra "https://xyz.com" as a mail server. Now,I want to use zimbra mail server along with my http web server.

    In short,Please tell me is it possible to use zimbra mail server & my web server on a single machine?

    If Yes,then HOW? - Kindly provide me some documentation.

    Waiting.

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    Yes it is possible and has been asked/answered numerous times within the forums. Please try using the search facility as you may be surprised how well it works

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    Could you please provide me some direct url , so that I can go onto it.I have a less time to complete this work.So,please guide me.Waiting.

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    Stop multiple posting for the same information!

    A similar question has been asked by you:-

    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...s-service.html
    http://www.zimbra.com/forums/adminis...-password.html

    Will issue a infraction if this persists If you detail in one post what you are wishing to achieve you will more than likely receive a more favourable reply by people.

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    Just reply 'bump' to your existing if you want us to see it again

    Quote Originally Posted by nishith View Post
    I am using only zimbra "https://xyz.com" as a mail server. Now,I want to use zimbra mail server along with my http web server.
    If you want to just change the mode (like your other 2 posts seem to be asking) see: CLI zmtlsctl to set Web Server Mode - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Quote Originally Posted by nishith View Post
    In short,Please tell me is it possible to use zimbra mail server & my web server on a single machine?
    Would be better to have your stuff running in separate VM's, but:
    Zimbra with Apache using mod jk - mod proxy - mod proxy ajp - Zimbra :: Wiki
    ZimbraApache - Zimbra :: Wiki

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    Smile zimbra & apache(httpd) problem.

    Using zcs 5.0.5 Open Source Version.

    Now, I want to use zimbra mail server & "httpd"webserver on port 80.

    I have done this through following commnd.

    zmtlsctl http
    zmcontrol stop/start

    Now,As per the forum,I have made an entry into /etc/httpd/conf.d/zimbra.conf file & it is working fine.

    But,the problem is now, by typing Zimbra Collaboration Suite Log In - I am getting zimbra mail login page & by typing https://webmail.renovau.net - I am getting apache page? How?

    Now,Can anybody tell me how to add website contents on the same host? Means,How to add virtual hosts path & where to add?

    just open Zimbra Collaboration Suite Log In - It opens my webmail console service.

    Now,I want to create a website on the same host having "renovau.net" address.

    Please tell me how to do?
    Last edited by nishith; 06-25-2008 at 05:12 AM.

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