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    Default Yet another port question.

    Is there a way to bind the various services used by Zimbra to different ports? I swear I tried to follow the installation instructions, but the experience was a little different for me than was listed in the Quick Start Guide. I have been able to successfully use Zimbra, but would very much like to steer the ports since I'm on cable internet and will be moving to a more aggressively patrolled network in the next few weeks. Also, I'd like to continue using the built-in Apache for other services.
    Any advice is greatly appreciated.
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    When you run install.sh for the 1st time you should have the option to move ports. Did you try that? If so where did you get stuck?
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    Default install.sh?! Er, um, that's probably the problem

    Sorry, I probably didn't give enough information. I used the install package for Mac. At the end the installer told me I had to run install.pl to finish the installation. I did that and never saw options for setting anything. It kinda did everything for me. It also didn't create an admin user for me either. I thought that was weird too. I used zmprov and created an administrator and it let me in. Sounds like I might need to start over.
    I appreciate the quick reply.
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    On Mac you run zmsetup.pl. That should give you the options.
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    Default I would have thought that too...

    Yeah, the install.pl didn't give me any options at all. Is there any way to alter the ports post installation?
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    There is no install.pl it's zmsetup.pl and it should have options. To change ports after the fact you can use zmprov.
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    Default Port 443

    Wasn't sure if I should reply to this port thread or start a new one...

    All's working great on my brand new install except user SSL. FC4 (spent two weeks trying in FC5... for amusement mostly).

    Management SSL works fine on the https://:7071/zimbraAdmin/ URL. User access via http:// works great. But for some reason, https:// for user access just refuses to work. It immediately resolves in a "Unable to Connect" message. I've tried the obvious, such as flushing iptables rules on FC4 to make sure it wasn't interfering (after checking manually to see if it was).

    Any suggestions as to where to hunt next? BTW, *exceptional* product. If the licensed version simplifies updates/maintenance, we'll have to move on up. Moving from "cheap" squirrelmail to something better.

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    telnet localhost 443? telnet HOSTNAME 443? Do they both connect?

    If not - zmtlsctl https (or mixed); tomcat restart?

    Quote Originally Posted by jamessaker
    Wasn't sure if I should reply to this port thread or start a new one...

    All's working great on my brand new install except user SSL. FC4 (spent two weeks trying in FC5... for amusement mostly).

    Management SSL works fine on the https://:7071/zimbraAdmin/ URL. User access via http:// works great. But for some reason, https:// for user access just refuses to work. It immediately resolves in a "Unable to Connect" message. I've tried the obvious, such as flushing iptables rules on FC4 to make sure it wasn't interfering (after checking manually to see if it was).

    Any suggestions as to where to hunt next? BTW, *exceptional* product. If the licensed version simplifies updates/maintenance, we'll have to move on up. Moving from "cheap" squirrelmail to something better.

    Jamie
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    Default Thanks!

    I'll give that a whirl!
    Thanks,
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    Default That worked!

    [QUOTE=marcmac]telnet localhost 443? telnet HOSTNAME 443? Do they both connect?

    Neither did - same response as an invalid port (nothing behind the port). Did the zmtlsctl https and restarted tomcat - worked like a champ.

    Incidentally, what's the preferred method of forcing https only connections by users? Simply dropping the http side, firewalling it (ugly) or redirection?

    Thanks again -

    Jamie

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