I am attempting to install zimbra from the binary release for FC3 (platform is FC3).
I have tried to install a few times and every time I receive the follwing message...
Setting services on mail.prociss.com...done
Setting up SSL...done
Starting servers...Calling GetServiceInfoRequest (mail.prociss.com)
ERROR: service.FAILURE (system failure: getDirectContext) (cause: javax.naming.AuthenticationException [LDAP: error code 49 - Invalid Credentials])
Operations logged to /tmp/install.log.12566
I can post the contents of the log file if required.
Can anybody point me in the direction of a fix for this problem?
Yes please post your log. Seems you LDAP password is wrong. Best bet would be to install.sh -u Then make sure no zimbra servers are running (ps -ef | grep zimbra). If slapd stays up then the reinstall will not be able to complete.
You sir, are a scholar and a gentleman.
It seems that I still had slapd running. I killed this and did a reinstall and everything is working great now.
Another quick question if I may... is it possible to set a 'default' mailbox on a given account so that the server will accept any email sent to the domain, attempt to find the correct account and if no matching account is found will send the mail to a default account?
If firstname.lastname@example.org is the address that should get all the email, do:
zmprov ma email@example.com zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @mydomain.com
Beware though that catchall mailboxes are a nuisance wrt to spammers.
Thanks once again.
That command seems to work to a point but it only seems to accept the most recent setting. Unless I am doing something wrong, it doesnt seem possible to set a catch all for more than 1 domain. For example... if i set a catchall for @acme.org and one for @acme.com then anything sent to acme.com gets through but acme.org bounces.
Actually I use this as an anti-spam measure. Using different alias at different locations gives me a convinient filtering point. Also I get to learn who is prepared to sell me out :). Combined with spamassassin and basic header filters its quite effective.
Well you would need to have two domains and set the catchall for each. Did you define both acme.org and acme.com as domains?
mea culpa. zimbraMailCatchAllAddress being a single-value attribute on an account is my doing. I've filed bug# 4088 for this.
Was this corrected so that if you are hosting multiple domains that you can have a catchall for each of them? For instance.
I have 3 domains <bob.com, ed.com and frank.com> and I want each of those to have a catchall that is unique from the other.
Is that possible with the command listed above:
zmprov ma firstname.lastname@example.org zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @ed.com
zmprov ma email@example.com zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @bob.com
zmprov ma firstname.lastname@example.org zimbraMailCatchAllAddress @frank.com
Yes. This went into the code in late Oct. So it should be in the latest builds.
I just tried this for a couple of domains and it does seem to be working as expected.