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    kayrat is offline Intermediate Member
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    Good day!

    How can I change LDAP port after install?
    Ubuntu 8.04 Zimbra 5.08 OSS
    I tried running zmsetup, but it didn't bring up configuration menu. Found on forum hint to mv history file, it brought menu but messed everything after.

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    Any help please?
    Will pay 10 usd via paypal for help with these
    Update - raising bonus to 25 if one also helps me with changing server name (zmsetservername)
    Last edited by kayrat; 08-21-2008 at 08:23 AM.

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    I don't believe you can change the LDAP port and not so sure you would want to do this as all the other components will need to be changed b/c they "talk" via the standard LDAP port at install time. If you need someother software that uses LDAP and the same port (389)(636), then you can install a second NIC and configure Zimbra to bind to one NIC IP and the other software to bind to the other NIC IP.
    As far as the hostname change, try this:
    ZmSetServerName - Zimbra :: Wiki
    Let us know how this works for you.

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    Thanks.
    My problem is that, I have installed ldap on 3890 and now need to revert it back to 389

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