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    kbaker is offline Active Member
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    Default Zimbra mysql server password?

    How do I log into zimbra's mysql server as administrator?

    I do not know the password it sets after configuration. I have other database I will needed to setup on the server.

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    We don't recommend you add databases to Zimbra. It's not tuned for other data and may cause problems with upgrades. That said you can get the passwords from 'zmlocalconfig | grep password'.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    bobby is offline Zimbra Employee
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    yeah what kevin said, but since zimbra mysql runs on a non-standard port, you can still run the standard mysql. just make sure the machine can handle it.

    p.s. if you really want the zimbra mysql passwords you'll need this -s:

    zmlocalconfig -s | grep password

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    melody is offline Active Member
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    Exclamation password is encrypted

    This command gives the encrypted password. How to know the original password ( how to successfully decrypt it ) ?

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