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    In that case, you don't need an index.html / php or whatever file. Just point your link to http://zimbra.yourdomain.net
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    <a href="http://zimbra.yourdomain.net">Email Server Login</a>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hivos View Post
    In that case, you don't need an index.html / php or whatever file. Just point your link to http://zimbra.yourdomain.net
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    <a href="http://zimbra.yourdomain.net">Email Server Login</a>
    I'm trying something else...I have my website now available and running at the port 80
    lets say website.com. Then I made a link like this:

    ln -s /var/www/mail /opt/zimbra

    so I thought that when I was in my website if I add /mail I would go to the login window from zimbra....but I can only see the folder which is normal couse I know that's just the zimbra "root" folder.

    Is there and other folder that I can link to see the login window?

    thanks a lot for you time..

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    Ok, I now understand what you're trying to do Running a webserver on your zimbra box.

    Read this article: Hosting other sites with Zimbra - Zimbra :: Wiki

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