- Now after install Zimbra 3.1, do not have a startup/shutdown script under /etc/init.d directory, must manually su - zimbra then zmcontrol start, is this normal?
- Inside Admin. config page, have function "Mail Queues" under the Monitoring section, I found that it use port 22, but my SSH server changed to different port due to too much strangers scanning/try hacking it. So when click on it will display error, what zimbra command can change the port?
Is this a RHEL or CentOS install? The current install of Zimbra seems to 'lose' the startup script, you can find a copy in /opt/zimbra/libexec directory - just copy it to /etc/init.d
Yes, you can change the ssh port - do a search of the forums, it's been covered recently.