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    Default Turn off reverse proxy?

    I'm working on a new test install of Zimbra (looking at migration) and when i installed i accidentally selected the reverse proxy option (thinking that it would allow me some flexibility in web server setup), and because i'm not running the Zimbra proxy, it seems to have broken webmail. At least there is nothing listening on ports 80 or 443.

    Is it safe to run the installation script again? Or is there a better way to change the configuration? (Everything else is working as i expect.) Should i just remove everything and reinstall?

    Thanks in advance,

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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    You can remove the proxy with the following, check if the proxy is installed/running:

    zmproxyctl status
    zmprov gs | grep zimbraServiceEnabled
    zmprov gs | grep zimbraServiceInstalled
    If it's in, then run this:

    zmproxyctl stop
    zmprov ms -zimbraServiceEnabled imapproxy
    zmcontrol stop
    zmcontrol start
    To reset the ports run the following (on one line):

    zmprov -l ms zimbraPop3BindPort 110 zimbraPop3SSLBindPort 995 zimbraPop3ProxyBindPort 7110 zimbraPop3SSLProxyBindPort 7995 zimbraImapBindPort 143 zimbraImapSSLBindPort 993 zimbraImapProxyBindPort 7143 zimbraImapSSLProxyBindPort 7993
    then restart


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