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    Hi everyone,

    I have a up and running ZCS 7 (Release 7.2.0_GA_2669.RHEL6_64_20120410002025 CentOS6_64 FOSS edition).

    And now for a new domain i'm installing ZCS 8 and need to change the port for mta from 25 to 10026 because my system has a anti-spam/anti-virus system
    who work in smtp port.

    In the serve with ZCS 7 i just changed the port on master.cf.in file and restarted zimbra and it works.
    But, now in the new server when we do that, the MTA service don't start.

    The new 8 version of ZCS has any diference for change that port?
    Anyone can help-me to make this work?

    I already tryed some changes googleing but nothing works.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You've posted this in the wrong forum, I'll move it to the correct one.

    Quote Originally Posted by juzeh View Post
    And now for a new domain i'm installing ZCS 8 and need to change the port for mta from 25 to 10026 because my system has a anti-spam/anti-virus system
    who work in smtp port.
    Why do you think it's necessary to do that, can't your anti-virus/spam appliance submit mail port 25 or port 587 on the Zimbra server?
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    You've posted this in the wrong forum, I'll move it to the correct one.

    Why do you think it's necessary to do that, can't your anti-virus/spam appliance submit mail port 25 or port 587 on the Zimbra server?
    I don't now why the anti-virus/spam need to run in smtp port, probably because it catches the mesages and filter before send it to postfix,
    The real problem is that the ambient are located in a costumer of our services of linux support and because of him already has a server running in that way, we need te install the new server in same way.

    All is working fine, the ZCS 8 is already in production, but with the anti-virus/spam service disabled until I figure out how do to change the port =/.
    Last edited by juzeh; 07-09-2013 at 05:39 AM.

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    Anyone can help?

    What have changed from ZSC 7 to ZCS 8 to make that change of port not work?
    The way to change it is now different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by juzeh View Post
    Anyone can help?

    What have changed from ZSC 7 to ZCS 8 to make that change of port not work?
    The way to change it is now different?
    No one knows how to change that port?

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    Nothing about this problem in all internet?
    I'm googleing since last saturday, and not find anything to solve this problem, please, anyone who knows about
    diferences between ZCS 7 and ZCS 8 can help solveit?

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