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    I would like to integrate mailman and zimbra. I followed this howto: ZCS Mailman Integration - Zimbra :: Wiki. Zimbra and mailman are running on two separate servers.

    I found two problems:

    1. The last part of the patch couldn't be applied to the mm_cfg.py. I solved it by appending theese lines to mm_cfg.py:

    OWNERS_CAN_DELETE_THEIR_OWN_LISTS = True
    ZIMBRA_ADMIN_SOAP_SERVICE = 'https://YOURZCSHOST:7071/service/admin/soap/'
    MAILMAN_SMTP_TRANSPORT = 'YOUR_MAILMAN_SMTP_HOSTNAME'
    ZIMBRA_ADMIN_USERNAME = 'YOUR_ZCS_ADMIN_USERNAME'
    ZIMBRA_ADMIN_PASSWORD = 'YOUR_ZCS_ADMIN_PASSWORD'

    (I changed the values of course.) It seems to be OK.

    2. When I want to create a new list I get this error message:

    Mailman.ZimbraIntegration.ZimbraIntegrationExcepti on: invalid request: createAccount invalid schema change: [LDAP: error code 65 - object class 'posixAccount' requires attribute 'uidNumber']

    How can I create a new mailing list?

    Mailman: mailman_2.1.11-11+lenny1_amd64.deb
    Zimbra: Version 6.0.8_GA_2661.FOSS Aug 20, 2010

    Thank you,

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    Szaki
    Last edited by szaki; 11-23-2010 at 12:20 AM.

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