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    Default Install Question - usr@mail.domain.com vs. usr@domain.com

    Hi. I recently installed zimbra for curley.quirkservice.com and it appeared to be working well, however, i was not able to add just quirkservice.com as a domain. i looked it up on the site and i read that this was a bug that needed to be fixed.

    basically, i want to make sure that if i send mail to drogers@quirkservice.com, it gets handled by zimbra on that machine. i have the mx records pointing to it, but i am not sure how to go about the install.

    do i just install it with the hostname.domainname as "quirkservice.com" instead of "curley.quirkservice.com" thanks. will that work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drogers
    basically, i want to make sure that if i send mail to drogers@quirkservice.com, it gets handled by zimbra on that machine. i have the mx records pointing to it, but i am not sure how to go about the install.

    do i just install it with the hostname.domainname as "quirkservice.com" instead of "curley.quirkservice.com" thanks. will that work?
    Yeah, that should work for you. You can probably also go into the admin interface, and just remove the domain "curley.quirkservice.com", and add "quirkservice.com" without actually needing to reinstall.

    I haven't tried that, so I'm only speculating, but it seems like that should work :-)
    -Eric

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    ok. i installed zimbra successfully. i went to the admin control panel, i added foo.com and the user admin@foo.com.

    i didn't see any where where it distinguished between admin and regular user, so i then deleted admin@curley.quirkservice.com, which logged me out

    so i went to log in with admin@foo.com, and i don't have admin priveleges...

    ohhhhhkay...so um...how do i get back to the admin console? do i have to reinstall and everything? is there a command line method to add an admin?

    thanks for the help...

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    Since you don't have any data yet might be quicker to just reinstall with the domain you really want. If you want you can try to readd an admin account with zmprov

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    here is what i tried with zmprov:

    zmprov sac admin@food.com admin
    zmprov ma admin@foo.com zimbraAcountStatus admin

    and nothing. do i have to do an uninstall before a reinstall?

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    zmprov ma admin@foo.com zimbraIsAdminAccount TRUE

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    hellllls yeah. thanks KevinH. is there a place online that lists all those attributes such as "isAccountAdmin" and such?

    the manual i downloaded doesn't seem to list them. thanks.

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    /opt/zimbra/openldap/etc/openldap/schema/zimbra.schema

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    Ok. i set up curley.quirkservice.com, then i set up foo.com, deleted curley.quirkservice.com, and i STILL can't add just plain old quirkservice.com...

    i read in another post that this method works, but it doesn't seem to be so for me.

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    Have you tried using the command line tool zmprov? If so what is the error?

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