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Thread: Zimbra Mobile, I must be missing something

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    Default Zimbra Mobile, I must be missing something

    I am in the process of evaluating Zimbra and it's mobile capability. I have the trial for the Network edition, but I can't find any documentation regarding Zimbra Mobile. I found the wiki page, but it doesn't say anything about what firewall port, if any I will have to open up in addtion to the https port that I already opened. Does active sync just use HTTP requests or is it going over the IMAP port? And if documentation does exist, can someone point me in that direction?

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    Default Don't *think* you're missing anything...

    I Am Not The Mobile Guy, but I believe that the ZImbra Mobile stuff comes in over normal HTTP on port 80.
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    Correct. Port 80 for HTTP or if you want SSL then port 443. No extra firewall changes or special ports.
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    Thanks guys!

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