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    Question "Log off" problem redirection with mod_jk

    Hi,
    I have Apache running in port 80 and 443 and tomcat (zimbra) on 7080 and 7443.

    When a user log off there is an error. It redirects to example.com://zimbra rather and example.com/zimbra

    What to do?

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    I have the same problem, any solution?

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    My guess is this is a mod_proxy problem. What is your config? It also may be an issue with the Login.jsp trying to redirect to the home page.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH View Post
    My guess is this is a mod_proxy problem. What is your config? It also may be an issue with the Login.jsp trying to redirect to the home page.
    We're not using mod_proxy, we're using mod_jk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturgis View Post
    I have Apache running in port 80 and 443 and tomcat (zimbra) on 7080 and 7443.

    When a user log off there is an error. It redirects to example.com://zimbra rather and example.com/zimbra
    Yeah, I get this too -- the redirect with mod_jk ends up making it look for a file named "zimbra" in the DocumentRoot.

    To solve it, I just made a file named "zimbra" in the DocumentRoot ;-)

    My file looks like this:

    <html>
    <head>
    <meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" CONTENT="0; URL=http://zimbra.mysite.com">
    </head>

    Redirecting to login page <a href="http://zimbra.mysite.com">http://zimbra.mysite.com</a>

    </html>

    So it simply redirects back to the Zimbra login page.
    -Eric

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