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    Could someone tell me if my zimbra file permissions are correct or point me to a document that tells what they should be. If I cd to my zimbra directory (under OS X, /opt/zimbra) and execute the command (as the zimbra user)

    zimbra$ ls -lR * | grep denied
    I get the following list of files/directories that zimbra can't access. Is this correct?

    ls: dspam: Permission denied
    ls: active: Permission denied
    ls: bounce: Permission denied
    ls: corrupt: Permission denied
    ls: defer: Permission denied
    ls: deferred: Permission denied
    ls: flush: Permission denied
    ls: hold: Permission denied
    ls: incoming: Permission denied
    ls: maildrop: Permission denied
    ls: private: Permission denied
    ls: public: Permission denied
    ls: saved: Permission denied
    ls: trace: Permission denied

    Thanks.

    Pat.

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Some of the directories in /opt/zimbra are owned by root.
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    Bill


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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    You seem to have added two further posts in the forums (which I've just deleted) with the same content, any particular reason for that?
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    Bill


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    If you are worried about the correct permissions then run /opt/zimbra/libexec/zmfixperms as the root user while the zimbra services are stopped. (Not sure if that is actually required but it is probably a good idea...)

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