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    Default mail host pool

    The deleted server is still listed in the mail host pool in the default cos - reset this attribute via zmprov to list only the server ID of the existing server, and you'll be ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix
    You can do that by highlighting a bunch of text and then click on the 'Wrap QUOTE tags....' button just above the box where you type. It's the one on the right that looks more like a speech bubble (well, it does to me ).

    Thank you for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcmac
    The deleted server is still listed in the mail host pool in the default cos - reset this attribute via zmprov to list only the server ID of the existing server, and you'll be ok.
    HMM, Easier said than done, now I just have to find those instructions

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcmac
    The deleted server is still listed in the mail host pool in the default cos - reset this attribute via zmprov to list only the server ID of the existing server, and you'll be ok.
    Ok, I give up.

    I can see how to use zmprov, and do see that the details of the default COS has two server ID's listed, but how do I delete one?

    I was thinking of creating a new default, moving the existing server to it and deleting the other, but that seems like more trouble.

    Any help is appreciated MarcMac

    John

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    Sorry, used to shorthand.

    So, zmprov gs will get all the info for the only server you've still got. Look for the ID.

    Did I say cos? I think I meant domain
    Then, zmprov md zimbraMailHostPool will reset the attrib to ONLY the ID of the existing server.

    So, if your server is foo.bar.com
    zmprov gs foo.bar.com | grep -i id

    will return the UUID string (it's long).

    zmprov md bar.com zimbraMailHostPool xxxx-yyyy-zzzz-aaaa-bbbb

    will reset things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcmac
    Sorry, used to shorthand.

    So, zmprov gs will get all the info for the only server you've still got. Look for the ID.

    Did I say cos? I think I meant domain
    Then, zmprov md zimbraMailHostPool will reset the attrib to ONLY the ID of the existing server.

    So, if your server is foo.bar.com
    zmprov gs foo.bar.com | grep -i id

    will return the UUID string (it's long).

    zmprov md bar.com zimbraMailHostPool xxxx-yyyy-zzzz-aaaa-bbbb

    will reset things.
    I'll try this tonight when I get home.

    You guys Rock, this is the type of support that will launch Zimbra to the top, when are you releasing stock

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcmac
    Sorry, used to shorthand.

    So, zmprov gs will get all the info for the only server you've still got. Look for the ID.

    Did I say cos? I think I meant domain
    Then, zmprov md zimbraMailHostPool will reset the attrib to ONLY the ID of the existing server.

    So, if your server is foo.bar.com
    zmprov gs foo.bar.com | grep -i id

    will return the UUID string (it's long).

    zmprov md bar.com zimbraMailHostPool xxxx-yyyy-zzzz-aaaa-bbbb

    will reset things.
    Actually, you were on track with COS, and the remainder of the parts I figured out. I just had to have you show me how to use the modify directives on the zmprov utility.

    So, I did the following and it worked like a champ
    zmprov gs zimbra.compunique.com | grep -i id
    that returns the ID of the only server I need in the COS pool
    zmprov mc default zimbraMailHostPool id
    that modified the zimbraMailHostPool to what it needed to be
    zmprov gac | grep -i mailhostpool
    showed that the list of servers in the default COS is correct now, where as before it had to ID's listed.

    Awesome, thanks for the help again Marc!

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