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Thread: Zimbra Install & client access, couple of issues

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    Default Zimbra Install & client access, couple of issues


    I have just finished installing and configuring Zimbra on Fedora Core 5.

    My FC5 server is setup as a local domain (mailserver.finalzero.local) and I have configured Zimbra to handle mail for the public domain

    At the moment its not sending or receiving email however I think this may be a DNS issue more than anything.

    The DNS server for is hosted on my dedicated server which has the relevant MX record setup for my email server (
    The local mail server machine also has the relevant DNS records setup and the they resolve correctly when I do a nslookup.

    2nd Problem I am having is with Outlook 2003, specifically IMAP access. I have configured Outlook 2003 to connect to the Zimbra mail server via IMAP however I keep getting a login box popping up. I have enabled SSL connection however this still does not resolve the issue.

    Web access works fine so I am able to confirm the users is valid and able to log in.

    Thanks in advance,


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    phoenix is offline Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Have you got 'use DNS' box checked in the admin web ui? For outlook, have you got it to use SSL port 993?


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