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    Default Zimbra 7.0 and PHP mail on Debian

    Hi!

    I would like to send emails from php scripts using zimbra as an mta.
    What do I need to configure ?
    In my php.conf I've modified sendmail path to /opt/zimbra/postfix/sbin/sendmail, but that's not enough. What else do I need to configure?

    If I install postfix, or mailx it will install exim4 as an mta, and then zimbra wont work. Is there just a simple "mail" command somewhere in /opt/zimbra??

    Thanks,
    Tibby
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    you could run another postfix on a different port if all you need is to have it send. you might even be abel to make the daemon run without listening on a port too never tried that.

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    The Ubuntu 8.04 Guide int he wiki has a bit on the end on how to manage this using mailx and a dummy MTA.

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