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Thread: Canīt start Zimbra Desktop on a Zimbra account

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    Default Canīt start Zimbra Desktop on a Zimbra account

    Iīve just installed Zimbra desktop on my notebook and began configuring my e-mail accounts. But I couldnīt configure my Zimbra account for it always sends me back the same error message:
    zclient.IO_ERROR: unable to parse response:

    HTTP Error 404 - Arquivo ou diret rio n o encontrado.

    What should I do now to configure it right? How can I fix it?

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    try to use port no 443

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    I've added 2 email accounts and been successfully using them for a few days now, so went to add a 3rd and get the same error message above, but with no code after it (so: zclient.IO_ERROR: unable to parse response - it stops at the colon.

    My issue is that now I can't access anything! When I open the Zimbra Desktop icon, it just returns to that same screen with same error message and I can't get into my other 2 accounts for email or contact data.

    What do I do?

    NEVER MIND - I'M AN IDIOT - USER ERROR! I was selecting Zimbra account instead of POP. (And after I spent 1/2 hour searching through old postings to make sure the solution wasn't in front of me. In the words of Homer Simpson, "Doh!")
    Last edited by KellieB; 08-12-2010 at 02:15 PM. Reason: Help no longer needed; operator error.

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