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    Default Installing on existing server

    Hi,

    I am planning to install Zimbra on an existing server that already runs postfix and mysql. The server also runs samba, which can take heavy loads at times. The site has 10 client PCs and 12 users.

    This server runs Mandrake 10 and is configured differently from the recommendations in the quick start guide for Zimbra.

    Should I completely reconfigure the server according to the recommendations or is it possible to install into an existing configuration? I don't really want to have to reconfigure if at all possible but I will if I have to.

    Can I mould Zimbra around my existing postfix/mysql?

    Also, I am running f-prot antivirus on the server. Can I integrate that with Zimbra?

    Thanks,

    Rob

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    It's probably possible, but you'll have to rewrite all of the scripts in libexec and bin, and I don't think we install well on mandrake, anyway.

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    Ah. OK. Thanks!

    Rob

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