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    I want to configure my web service for apache & zimbra on port number 80 & 81.for that I need to create a virtual host file in /etc/http/conf.d/zimbra.conf or vhost.conf file.

    To run my web services of apache & zimbra,is it compulsory to run "zmtlsctl http" service?

    My webmail service & website is having same host addresses,that is "http://renovau.co.in"


    Before zimbra installation,the website was working.After zimbra installation,it shows only zimbra web login console. Why?

    Simply,I want to run :- www.renovau.co.in as my website.
    http://webmail.renovau.co.in as a zimbra mail server.

    I am very near to configure zimbra mail service. So,please help me out.

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    Zimbra is obviously listening on the port you are trying to access. Are you specifying the port in your browser window?

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    I know that by specifying 81 port,the webmail service will run. But, I don't want to specify port number.

    Moreover, How to add entry in /etc/httpd/conf/d/vhost.conf or zimbra.conf file entry?
    because I have added an entry,but it is also not working.

    tell me after executing "zmtlsctl http" entry, what further steps i need to configure?

    My website name is "renovau.co.in" & the zimbra domain name is also renovau.co.in.
    So, Question is.How to replace zimbra's renovau.co.in entry with "webmail.renovau.co.in" in /etc/httpd/conf.d/zimbra.conf file or vhost.conf file?

    Waiting.

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