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    Quote Originally Posted by Klug View Post
    Actually all of the zmxxxxxxxx tools should be run under zimbra user.
    Except the ./zmsetup.pl and ./zmfixperms tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by jholder View Post
    Except the ./zmsetup.pl and ./zmfixperms tools
    First one asks for a password if you launch it as "zimbra" and the second one yells at you with "permission denied"

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    Default zimbra user password?

    When I use 'sudo -u zimbra ./zmtlsctl mixed' I get the same error as before.

    If I try 'su -zimbra' none of the passwords I know work... What is the password for the zimbra user, or rather, did I specify that during installation?

    Sorry for the noob Q. Btw, I'm running ubuntu 06.04 LTS

    thanks

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    :: if I use
    sudo /bin/bash
    su - zimbra
    it works, and no password is required....
    This is obviously required fro ubuntu/mac
    Last edited by azeem; 06-16-2007 at 04:47 AM.

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