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    Well I followed existing conventions, which all...

    Well I followed existing conventions, which all seem to reference version-qualified references in the sudoers file... Maybe this should be changed in general?
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    Allright, we're one step further down the road: ...

    Allright, we're one step further down the road:

    zimbra@krab:~$ zmprov ms krab.ugent.be zimbraMtaAuthHost langoest.ugent.be
    zimbra@krab:~$ zmcontrol stop
    Host krab.ugent.be
    Stopping...
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    zimbra@krab:~/log$...

    zimbra@krab:~/log$ /opt/zimbra/postfix/sbin/postqueue -p
    postqueue: fatal: Connect to the Postfix showq service: Permission denied



    indeed.. but then I must first have another way to track...
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    about the MTA status...

    the script /opt/zimbra/bin/postfix contains a

    postqueue -p

    (At least) on a debian install, this returns with a rc of 70...

    Hacked

    /opt/zimbra/bin/postfix: (prepend sudo to postque line)...
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    Rebooting mailstore: success

    hmmm.. part of my post vanished!

    * /opt/zimbra/redolog/redo.log was owned by root:

    langoest:~# ls -l /opt/zimbra/redolog/redo.log
    -rw-r----- 1 root root 512 Apr 15 10:46...
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    Rebooting mailstore: success

    So I did

    find /etc/rc* -name ???zimbra -exec rm -f {} \;
    update-rc.d zimbra defaults

    And finally, a hard powercycle on the running installation seems to get a LIVE zimbra mailbox store!!! :) ...
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