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    Default Unclean ./install.sh -u

    This is just an fyi. After performing a ./install.sh -u on RHEL4, the mount point defined in /etc/fstab remains. As does /opt/zimbra (this is probably intentional though)

    /etc/fstab:

    /dev/shm /opt/zimbra/amavisd/tmp tmpfs defaults,users,size=150m,mode=777 0 0

    Otherwise I am still working to get it properly installed and functioning based on feedback from the forums. No luck yet.

    -- Isi

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    the entry in /etc/sudoers remains too.

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    Thanks for the note. We'll file a bug.

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    iptables NAT rules also remains too.

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