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Thread: [SOLVED] Integrating webmail and Apache with http and https support

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    Talking [SOLVED] Integrating webmail and Apache with http and https support

    Hi all,

    I wrote another article - this one is a simple howto that explains a way to provide secure and non-secure webmail access through an Apache virtualhost.

    Simple to set-up, probably takes between 5-15 minutes - just adds a .conf file into the /etc/httpd/confd./ folder (parsed by Apache).

    Copy and paste tutorial written using CentOS - applicable to most distro's though.

    Requires minimal coding and works well - according to Zimbra technician

    Enjoy - please post any problems or feedback, so I can fine tune things.

    Link is to the Wiki article directly.

    The zimbra.conf file is also attached for direct download - for those who need no instructions

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