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    Default Need help now

    I have read all the forum and i still have problems.

    This is my situation runing in a WhiteBox 4 (like redhat EL 4):

    1) i have configured the /etc/hosts file and its ok.
    2) i installed all the packages needed for the zimbra pack
    3) i installed the zimbra pack y its all work perfectly

    I get inside the zimbra webmail and work perfectly but i canīt never get into the amdin page. I think there is a problem with the Ajax or the java.

    I want to know wath is the minimun hardware requirement to install the zimbra and how can i do to install it with less resourses. And i want to know if i can get in the admin page remotley becouse i get in the admin page but locally and when i want to login i canīt becouse it tell me that the user admin does not exist.

    Thank a lot.

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    Minimum hardware is in the Quick Start guide here:

    http://www.zimbra.com/downloads/zimb...ick_start.html

    When logging in as an admin you must use the full domain. So like admin@mydomain.com. Is that what you are trying?

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    thanks, but i donīt understand wy i can get in the admin web localy with 127.0.0.1 but i cant get in throw the lan, for example, 192.168.0.200.

    i would like to know what is wrong with this.


    thanks

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    Are you getting an error? If so what is it? Do you have DNS on your client configured for that IP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by exentrius
    thanks, but i donīt understand wy i can get in the admin web localy with 127.0.0.1 but i cant get in throw the lan, for example, 192.168.0.200.

    i would like to know what is wrong with this.


    thanks
    This is almost certainly an /etc/hosts problem - we didn't detect an ip for your box other than 127.0.0.1, so when we set up the port forwarding, we're only forwarding localhost.

    As root, iptables -t nat -L will show the forwarding - if your hostname is listed, and resolves as 127.0.0.1, that's the problem.

    Make sure your hostname shows up in /etc/hosts, NOT on the 127.0.0.1 line - then run /opt/zimbra/bin/zmiptables -u, followed by zmiptables -i

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