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    Default Removing Zimbra on Port 80

    After installing Zimbra Open Source M2, I can no longer run Apache on Port 80 as Tomcat is running on Port 80. How can I disable Tomcat from running on Port 80?

    Also, can I still use mod_jk with Tomcat so I can access Zimbra in /zimbra/?

    Thanks

    Seb

    (It also works on CentOS 4.2 without any problems!)

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    **MOD NOTE: This thread is locked because the information contained in it is depricated, and not longer of much use. Zimbra now includes a way to change the default port number in the configuration settings. It is STRONGLY reccommended that you do not edit the web.xml files***
    Last edited by jholder; 05-19-2006 at 07:38 PM.

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