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    Question Change http port number?

    How do I change the http port number for Zimbra? Default of course is 80. I would like to change it to, say, 193. Or some other non-80 port.

    I am running open source edition as an experiment on a Mac OSX system.

    Thanks,

    - Jon21

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    Find the "Listen" directive and change that. This is an apache config issue.

    $grep ^Listen httpd-2.0.54/conf/httpd.conf
    Listen 80

    but there may be other configuration items that also nee to be updated. I'm not up with Tomcat or Zimbra. You may find the apache daemon starts but nothing else runs. Or it may all run fine, I don't have a spare machine to test this on.

    If you are running it on a port under 1000 you should probably add another http line into /etc/services too and restart your version of inetd.

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    This worked for me:

    taken from this post How to Change Web Access Port

    zmprov ms {servername} zimbraMailPort {http port} zimbraMailSSLPort {https port}
    tomcat restart

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    Follow darkmonkey's instructions

    su zimbra
    zmprov ms {servername} zimbraMailPort #
    tomcat stop/start

    OR

    su zimbra
    zmprov mcf zimbraMailPort #
    zmprov gcf zimbraMailPort (to double check that it got set)
    tomcat stop/start
    Last edited by mmorse; 05-29-2007 at 05:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djve View Post
    Find the "Listen" directive and change that. This is an apache config issue.

    $grep ^Listen httpd-2.0.54/conf/httpd.conf
    Listen 80

    but there may be other configuration items that also nee to be updated. I'm not up with Tomcat or Zimbra. You may find the apache daemon starts but nothing else runs. Or it may all run fine, I don't have a spare machine to test this on.

    If you are running it on a port under 1000 you should probably add another http line into /etc/services too and restart your version of inetd.
    oh boy.
    don't do that

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    Default Didn't work

    I tried using the zmprov mcf zimbraMailPort as suggested here. It seemed to work (zmprov gcf confirmed that the port had been changed).

    I tomcat stop/start, but no luck -- web zimbra still runs on port 80.

    Any more ideas?

    - Jon

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