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Thread: [SOLVED] testing zimbra with two mailboxes servers.

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    Default [SOLVED] testing zimbra with two mailboxes servers.

    Im testing on VirtualMachines two servers.
    One server (zimbracentral) with ldap, mailbox, antivirus, spam, logger, snmp, mta, apache, store.

    Another server (zimbramail1) with only mailbox, logger, apache, store, aspell.


    zimbramail1 ldap points to zimbracentral

    All install works good. On zimbracentral i configured the Authentication using External LDAP

    When i run a little migrating script from one cyrus server on zimbracentral, all acounts are created and the mailboxes randomized on both servers, but when i try to do a imapsync to syncronize all mailboxes created on zimbra, the users on zimbracentral sync well, but the users created on zimbramail1 i got this error:

    3 NO [REFERRAL imap://user%40zimbracentral.dot.com@zimbramail1.dot.c om/] LOGIN failed

    Host zimbracentral.dot.com says it has NO CAPABILITY for AUTHENTICATE LOGIN
    Error login : [zimbracentral.dot.mx] with user [user] auth [LOGIN]: 3 NO [REFERRAL imap://user%40zimbracentral.dot.com@zimbramail1.dot.com/] LOGIN failed

    do i need install imapproxy?
    Last edited by sevilla; 01-13-2010 at 12:26 AM.

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    Solved.. its required install proxy-imap on the first server.

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