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    Question Webserver and Zimbra Mail server http and https port help???

    I have a computer setup as my webserver running on http port 80. I have a server that is running zimbra and right now I have it running on port 81, But going to the login page I can only access it if its http://my.domain.com:81 and not https://my.domain.com:81

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    I have set zimbra to run on port 81 with: zmprov ms my.domain.com zimbraMailPort 81
    Now I try and make it run on https on that port 81 but the page wont load.
    Code:
    I set the https with zmtlsctl https
    the only way I can get it to work is by setting zmtlsctl http. I want it to run on https though and through port 81.

    Or I just want to be able to run my webserver on http

    and run zimbra on https. I must be overlooking something why zimbra wont work for me through https at the login screen.
    I can access the admin page fine with https://my.domain.com:7071


    Thanks Nick

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    zimbraMailSSLPort?
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    Quote Originally Posted by anand View Post
    zimbraMailSSLPort?
    oh shoot, so I should also run zmprov ms my.domain.com zimbraMailSSLPort 444 to change that also.

    I thought I could just change zimbra to run on https and port 81 without having to change the SSL port also.

    Thanks

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