Originally Posted by actano
Then you should know on which port zimbra listens. If you didn't change the port and zimbra only listens on https, then you shouldn't need to add the port explicitly
su - zimbra
zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep zimbraMail.*Port
maybe, because mailman is not running until now? Simply start it with the init script So.. should I receive notification to my email acount?? No email was received.!!!
do these directorys even exist? maybe you should look where they are on your system. THEN: root@torino:/usr/local/mailman# chown mailman:mailman /usr/local/mailman/data/virtual-mailman* chown: no se puede acceder a «/usr/local/mailman/data/virtual-mailman*»: No existe el fichero ó directorio (unreachable - The file or directory does not exist)!!!
Did follow the tutorial more or less with my zbs 6.0.1 installation since i'm using another apache on the same server
for hosting other sites and zimbra listens on another http port, so i didn't need to compile mailman by myself.
installing mailman via package management and deleting the startup script for "normal" postfix did it for me.
configuration for zimbra postfix (via zmprov so changes stay after restart) and mailman has to be adapted to the
directorys used in the corresponding distribution, but then it works like a charm.