I'll try to take a look at it to see where it breaks and if there is anything I can do to fix it
It is now :-)
i've installed z-push and the Zimbra Backend. But now i've got a problem. My Zimbra Server is listening to Port 60443.
My config.php looks like
But z-push is not working. Theres nothing in the debug.txt and nothing in the apache error log. Please help me!
I have a lg p350g with android system 2.2.2 which I am trying to see my company email but I can not alguiel confirgurar there who has information on how to setup zimbra on my computer.
who has information on how to setup zimbra on my computer.
Your companies tech support department.
I configured z-push 1.5.8-1187 on a zimbra 7.1.4_GA_255 environment (same host).
Zimbra is running on port 8009. Apache mod_proxy allows traffic to that port.
I successfully tested with a browser http://mydomain.com/Microsoft-Server-ActiveSync : credential accepted, GET not supported.
When I try to configure a corporate account (exchange) on my android device to connect to ZIMBRA_URL mydomain.com, on z-push debug.txt it seems that the authentication succeed, but something I actually can understand goes wrong: "Setup could not finish - Unable to open connection to server".
Here's the debug.txt http://pastebin.com/xb9L0BUw
Note that I have successfully tested android push while hosting the same z-push config dir on another webserver and pointing to mydomain.com: all working - unfortunately this is not the desired configuration (read: z-push and zimbra have to stay on same server).
Thanks in advance
Looks like you've got a file or two missing from your installation, in the log the following error is shown...
/var/www/html/z-push/backend/zimbra.php:568 include_once(z_RTF.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory
Many phones will not allow non-default ports to be used with ActiveSync. Does your android version allow you to specify a port number when you are configuring it ?
Your other option is to look into the wiki documents about hosting zimbra and apache on the same server. It requires moving zimbra to non-standard ports - then proxying the zimbra calls. Basically the opposite of what you tried to do to begin with. Hosting other sites with Zimbra - Zimbra :: Wiki is one example.
http://www.zimbra.com/forums/mobilit...tml#post194993 this warning may be safely ignored.