I have Zimbra 3.1.3 up and running fine and it's trundling along smoothly for my users. The server is a 2.8GHz machine with 4GB RAM and 160GB hdd space. Given that I have only 12 email users, it's a little waste of resources to dedicate the whole thing to Zimbra alone (at least where my department budget is concerned).

What I would like to do is to run Zimbra along with a few resource-light websites and web applications in the following configuration:

1) Apache reverse proxy as the front facing httpd service bound on ports 80, 443 and 7071
2) Zimbra web mail front end bound on port 2000 (non-SSL) and the reverse proxy will forward all requests directed to https://webmail.mydomain.com:443 to it
3)Zimbra web admin bound on port 7071 (NON-SSL) and the reverse proxy will forward all requests directed to https://webadmin.mydomain.com:7071 to it.
4) All other requests will be handled internally by the httpd server.

Is this configuration possible?

thanks
wong