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    Default WebPage on the same server

    Hi guys Ive installed Zimbra 6.0.8_GA_2661 on a CentOs server, and ive noticed that is a really good solution for mailing!


    At this moment I have to use this server as a webpage, localhost URL must open a webpage, and something like localhost/mail , has to point to Zimbra (actually does!)

    My question is in which directorie can I put the webpage files? I supouse that i have to edit httpd.conf, where is that file? Can I use Zimbras' s Mysql and PHP ?



    Thanks to all in advance..

    Bye

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    I have Zimbra FOSS 6.08 running in a virtual machine on my webserver. On the zimbra setup I changed port 80 to 81 and 443 to 444 the reamining zimbra ports do not conflict with standard web ports. Forward the appropriate ports at the firewall and all is well.
    You just have to specify the port when using the webclient:
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    Dwill, thanks for your time.

    If i use por 81 for Zimbra, and port 80 for my webPage, which httpd.conf file a have to edit?, which directory do i have to put web files??


    Thanks.

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    None if you only change the zimbra ports during setup. Keep in mind I'm running my Zimbra on a virtual machine.
    port 81 and 444 point to the ZCS VM from the firewall
    port 80 and 443 point to the Physical machine running web services
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    I didnt install Zimbra on a VM ... What you did, sounds a very good solution but I installed Zimbra over the physical machine. Im thinking on do the opposite idea, Zimbra on Physical Machine listening port 81, and WebPage on VM listening port 80. What do you think about it?

    How do I change port on Zimbra suite??

    Thanks

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