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    You're basically dealing with that 1 domain for 99% of the users right? Do this:

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    zmprov mcf zimbraDefaultDomainName abc.com
    Most likely the problem is you have a virtual host of mail.abc.com for abc.com domain, but mail.abc.com still exists as an actual domain as well - not necessarily advocating you have to move over those final system accounts, plus updating a few places in config, and remove it - just pointing out that's probably the cause of conflict.

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    Good, I did it. Thank you very much mmorse. And another issue i want to ask that's how can i publish abc.com through internet with Public Domain abc.com so that internet mail can send to abc.com.

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    Do you own the domain abc.com ? by the looks of it Walt Disney does

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    Correct; I presume you are running a split DNS on the internal side of your network as-well ?

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    Yes! And now i just login DNS control website
    Create MX record referent to public IP, right?

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    And I have a problem with apache. When i install apache2, i can't access to https://192.168.1.1:7071/zimbraAdmin. what do i do now?

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    Why are you installing Apache on the same server as Zimbra ?

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    Because i wan't to reduce cost for company. As the same Exchange(http://domain/exhcange) still work IIS together, Mr Uxbod.Can do it?

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    Well the problem is that Apache has grabbed port 443 by the sounds of it. You could switch Zimbra to only use HTTPS (443) and allow Apache to only use HTTP (80). Would that work for you ? or do you require HTTPS on both ?

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    how can i do that? i searched in the forum and i found a solution "/opt/zimbra/httpd/..../httpd.conf" change listen 80 to 443. Then restart zimbra but it not work. i am using ubuntu system.
    Last edited by hohoangluan; 10-08-2010 at 02:48 AM.

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