I found the wiki on installing Zimbra on gentoo (debian chroot) very useful for my needs, however there is one point in the whole document that is missing:
The configuration for mail queues. I did found a way to get it to work, and here's how to (maybe you could include this in the wiki?)
- chroot into zimbra
- install ssh
apt-get install ssh
- edit /etc/sshd_config and set the port to 23 (in order not to collide with gentoo's sshd)
- start sshd
- su into zimbra
su - zimbra
- change zimbra's ssh port to 23 (or another one)
substitute MAIL.DOMAIN.COM with the fqdn of your host name and make sure the port is set to the one you set in your /etc/sshd_config file!zmprov ms MAIL.DOMAIN.COM zimbraRemoteManagementPort 23
- generate new ssh keys
- deploy the keys
to test this, you can run the following command
You should not get any password prompt.
Hope this is of any help for anyone.