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    Default Unable to determine enabled services. Cache is out of date or doesn't exist.

    I am receiving the following error after a fresh Centos OS install and a fresh Release 6.0.8_GA_2661.RHEL5_20100820051652 CentOS5 FOSS edition install. I have checked the host file and it is correct. I dont host my own DNS it is through the domain provider. I have also followed the .....

    chown -R zimbra:zimbra /opt/zimbra
    /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmfixperms -verbose

    This is the error i am receiving.

    [zimbra@videodirectemail ~]$ zmcontrol start
    Host localhost
    Unable to determine enabled services from ldap.
    Unable to determine enabled services. Cache is out of date or doesn't exist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redpeppers View Post
    I dont host my own DNS it is through the domain provider.
    That would be the cause of your problem. I'm assuming you are behind a firewall and/or a NAT router? If you are you'll need a Split DNS set-up.
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