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    Question [SOLVED] Domain Administrator button link?

    My account in zimbra-mail "domain admin".
    When i work with user web-interface i see button "Domain Admin".
    My Zimbra - multiserver install
    Admin web-interface locateted in https://store:7071
    Hovewer button have link https://proxy:7071

    How-to modify this link? Or it's bug ?

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    Move along.. nothing to see.
    Last edited by y@w; 01-13-2010 at 11:10 PM. Reason: I borked my system doing that..

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    thank's for caution

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    zmprov md domain.com zimbraWebClientAdminReference https://server.domain.com:7071/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmorse View Post
    Ya, not zimbraAdminURL: /zimbraAdmin try:
    zmprov md domain.com zimbraWebClientAdminReference https://server.domain.com:7071/
    Thanks, Mike


    According to this post, we can set this on a global level, rather than on a domain level. Is that correct?

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    optionalIn=globalConfig,domain

    <attr id="701" name="zimbraWebClientAdminReference" type="string" max="256" cardinality="single" optionalIn="globalConfig,domain" flags="domainInherited,domainInfo,domainAdminModif iable" since="5.0.9">
    <desc>link for admin users in the web client</desc>
    </attr>

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    Mike, Can you give reference to the file that will need the above change you mentioned to reflect it globally? Or can it be set globally with zmprov?

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    Anybody? I just can't find the right attribute under gacf or gs.

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    Likely because it's optional, hence not currently set. Have you tried
    zmprov mcf zimbraWebClientAdminReference https://server.domain.com:7071

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmorse View Post
    Likely because it's optional, hence not currently set. Have you tried
    zmprov mcf zimbraWebClientAdminReference https://server.domain.com:7071
    Okay, I just tried that. Not working for me. Flushed the server cache. The scene is that ... I need to set the url of my mailstore in the place for zimbraAdmin, instead of my ldap server (because I've shutdown mailbox service on it).

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