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    Default migrating from mail+web server to zimbra.

    I want migrate to zimbra collaboration version from Solaris 8 using the usual
    mbox format + passwd&shadow auth system. I read some tips to covert the mbox format to zimbra format and migrate the users too. The only thing left is if i could use the same webserver of zimbra to provide web hosting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sevilla View Post
    The only thing left is if i could use the same webserver of zimbra to provide web hosting.
    No, you do not want to do this. Zimbra is designed to be a completely self-sufficient suite of applications and is supposed to be run as the only application on the server. Making modification to it will more than likely break it and the modifications will not survive an upgrade. If you really feel the need to run a web server on the Zimbra server then search the forums, there's several threads that describe the necessary steps you need to take to get it running.
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