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    Question Ubuntu gurus - NAS mount and HSM issue

    Hi,

    I have mounted a share on a NAS drive to Ubuntu which works fine, however as I understand it, to used this mount for HSM I need to change ownership to user 'zimbra'.

    This is where I'm having trouble:

    root@mail:/# chown zimbra:zimbra /mnt/NAS
    chown: changing ownership of `/mnt/NAS': Permission denied
    root@mail:/# chown zimbra:zimbra /mnt/NAS/zimbra
    chown: changing ownership of `/mnt/NAS/zimbra': Permission denied

    The actual folder on the share I want to use is /mnt/NAS/zimbra

    Is there a trick to making this happen?

    Running Ubuntu 804 64Bit and latest Zimbra Network Version 6.0.5

    Regards,
    Sean.

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    Any takers on this one?

    Surely someone has experienced this before!

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