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    Default Change http port without re-installing

    I selected port 81 for http and would like to change it to 8080. Which file(s) do I edit to do so? All edits to server.xml seem to be overwritten when I restart zimbra and it reverts to port 81. I'll admit, I'm stumped...

    Thanks much in advance

    Paul Kelly

    20 views and nobody knows the answer? Hmm, looks like the answer is no, it can't be done... So re-install it is....
    Last edited by pksings; 02-06-2007 at 03:47 PM. Reason: NO ANSWER

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    Hi PKsings,
    Hopefully you didn't re-install.
    Your post got buried!

    To change the http port, you can run:
    zmprov ms myserver.domain.com zimbraMailPort (port#) zimbraMailSSLPort (SSL#)
    tomcat restart

    Good Luck!
    john

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    Default Re-install I did.

    Thanks anyway

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    PKSINGS,
    If you ever need help, or have an emergency that simply can't wait, pvt me.

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