I just installed Zimbra M2.
I have Zimbra running on port 80 on a server in my internal LAN, but I need to be able to access it from elsewhere. To make a long story short, the easiest way to do that was to forward a high port (8888 in my case) from the router to the internal Zimbra server.
This had worked perfectly in M1.
In M2, I can get as far as seeing the login screen. But when I attempt to enter my credentials, the following error shows up on the page:
I poked around in the zimbra logs and didn't see anything. I then tacked on ?debug=1 to the url, and noticed that it was giving this error:Code:An unknown application error has occurred. Please correct any errors and retry. If the problem persists, please contact your System Aministrator. (service.FAILURE)
Is there a way to allow requests to a port other than 80, even when Zimbra is running on port 80 on the actual server? This is the only way I can actually reach this server remotely.Code:code: "service.FAILURE", detail: "system failure: Request not allowed on port 8888", method: "ZmCsfeCommand.prototype.invoke", msg: "Csfe service error"