It looks like Zimbra may not have started up for one reason or another.
Originally Posted by Jaymate
First, just to be on the safe side, lets stop the firewall running on that computer, using the following (you'll need to run these commands as root):
Then, restart the Zimbra server:
Then, just as you did above, re-run the "zmcontrol status" command (as the zimbra user).
Does that work any better?
If not, there's two things that might help.
First, look at the end of your Zimbra log file, in /var/log/zimbra.log. It may contain useful information for diagnosing problems you've run into.
If the Zimbra log doesn't make things clear, it may help for us to see a copy of your Zimbra install log. There should be a text file in /tmp named something like install.log.XYZ (where XYZ is a seemingly random set of numbers, but really the process number of the process that installed Zimbra).
If you could reply to this thread, and attach your install log, and perhaps the zimbra.log while you're at it, that would be helpful in diagnosing your problem.
Have a good one,