Zimbra AND Apache
I'm not sure if this thread belonged in the user section or the admin section, but here it is...
I was wondering if there would be any adverse affects to running both the default apache server and zimbra services at the same time?
The reason I'm asking is because on our servers I setup a status page that shows uptime info and other server stat info only accessible via a LAN IP, accessible only to the LAN public.
I run this via the server apache service, but see that zimbra (or I) have turned off the default apache during the install of zimbra. So before I turn it back on, wanted to run by if it was ok to have both these services running at the same time...?
I found this tutorial:
But that talks about setting up apache to listen to port 80 and zimbra to listen to port 81.
I currently have mail.domain.com pointing to our zimbra server. If I change zimbra to port 81, would the end user then have to type mail.balancehydro.com:81 to access zimbra? Or could this be seamlessly integrated using htaccess so the end user could continue to access it via mail.domain.com?
I don't want to change the existing mail.domain.com. I just want to be able to host local content using the existing apache server, not the zimbra apache server.
I don't feel like I'm making any sense...am I? LOL