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    Question [SOLVED] Zimbra 5.0.19 FOSS (Fedora core7) can not change password via web GUI.

    Hi All,

    After upgrade 5.0.18 ==> 5.0.19 Fedora Core 7 , have 10 domains on one server.
    Users can not change password via web GUI. when click on "change password" bottom Zimbra open new window but it report "HTTP 404 The page where are you trying not found"
    I'm have other server with Ubuntu 8.04+Zimbra 5.0.19 it working no problem.

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    Zimbra install as Multi Server MTA. & LDAP.+Mailbox server
    Zimbra install as VM on ESXi 5

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    you can set your url correctly using the following
    assuming mail.yourdomain.com is where you have logged in for your web access

    zmprov md yourdomain.com zimbraChangePasswordURL mail.yourdomain.com
    also sometimes this helps too

    zmprov md yourdomain.com zimbraPublicServiceHostname mail.yourdomain.com
    Raj
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    Quote Originally Posted by raj View Post
    you can set your url correctly using the following
    assuming mail.yourdomain.com is where you have logged in for your web access



    also sometimes this helps too



    Raj
    Thank your very much Raj, it work solve my problem
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    Hello Raj,

    I have the same issue with the "h/changepass" string in place of getting appended to the present URL, appends the whole URL in place. Like:

    original URL: http://epost.xxx/zimbra
    needed URL: http://epost.xxx/zimbra/h/changepass but
    the appended URL that comes is: http://epost.xxx/zimbra/https//epost.xxx/h/changepass

    I tried to give the below command:
    zmprov md epost.xxx zimbraChangePasswordURL epost.xxx/h/changepass
    and
    zmprov md xxx zimbraChangePasswordURL xxx/h/changepass

    But both didn't work


    NOTE: this redirection issue is only with certain web browser clients like: firefox, explorer. Other browsers connect fine, so I donot think its entirely a zimbra server issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sreejith08 View Post
    I tried to give the below command:
    zmprov md epost.xxx zimbraChangePasswordURL epost.xxx/h/changepass
    and
    zmprov md xxx zimbraChangePasswordURL xxx/h/changepass(
    That's not what was posted above, use the format that Raj posted earlier.
    Regards


    Bill


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