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    well,it is serving their websites using the virtual hosts directive as you said...
    the weird is that i already set up this server 3 times up to now....but i never remember the exact steps.....(i'm so fool not keeping a log file of what's changed....)
    anyway,does it make sense now? could you give me some directions?
    (i'm still trying,testing various setups.......)

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    Well it may be serving their websites but you have to tell Zimbra that connections to url mail.clientdomain.com are valid. Zimbra has nothing to do with what you have defined in Apache.

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    ok....and what i have to do? i'm so confused.....still trying............

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    Go into the Admin GUI -> Click on Domain -> Virtual Hosts.

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    ok...but,in my other succesful installation (6.0.3) there was no need to do that...
    i dont get it....why i get that 503 service unavailable error...and in my main domain (lets say deltacomputers.net.......not only on mail.palfh.gr....)
    in any case,i'll try it....and i'll be back..! thank you...

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