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    Default Change Zimbra Webmail Port Number

    Hello,
    I am sure it is easy to do but how do you change the webmail port number please?

    thanks

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    Search the doc and wiki and forum.
    This has been asked (and answered) a lot of time...

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    Hello,

    Not trying to be rude at all and appreciate your response.

    But,,,,,

    rule 1 - I always hit the wiki first

    rule 2 - search the forum

    rule 3 - post a question

    If you can direct me to thread that specifically explains how to change the webmail port number - I would very much appreciate this.

    If you search for webmail port number, there are no specific threads as far as i found - on how to change the 'webmail port number'.


    look forward to hearing from you

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    Talking Webmail port number

    Sorry you are right I found the thread in the end.

    Just to answer my own question:

    To change the port number that the webmail listens on do this:

    sudo su
    zmprov ms myserver.domain.com zimbraMailPort (port#) zimbraMailSSLPort (SSL#)
    tomcat restart
    ref: here
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    "change http port" as search sentense gives good results in the forum.

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    Cool Changing HTTP Port

    This wiki will help as well.

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    Cool Update for v5

    Hello again,

    As you probably know Zimbra v5.0 no longer has the 'tomcat' command available.

    So, to change your webmail port numbers, and a mod confirmation would be appreciated, I would use the following commands:

    Code:
    su - zimbra
    For http only

    Code:
    zmtlsctl http
    Code:
    zmprov ms <your-server> zimbraMailPort <your-port-number>
    example:

    Code:
    zmprov ms zimbra.com zimbraMailPort 8081
    For https only

    Code:
    zmtlsctl https
    Code:
    zmprov ms <your-server> zimbraMailSSLPort <your-port-number>
    example:

    Code:
    zmprov ms lcrm.co.uk zimbraMailSSLPort 8443
    For any changes restart server:

    Code:
    zmcontrol stop;zmcontrol start
    Check settings:

    Code:
    zmprov gacf
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    I am sorry but when i am following the discription i alwas gen an error after typing:

    zmprov ms mydomain.com zimbraMailPort 8081

    The Errror i'll get ist:

    [] INFO: I/O exception (java.net.ConnectException) caught when processing reques: Connection refuse
    []INFO: Rytrying request
    ERROR: zclient.IO_ERROR (invorke Connection refused, server: localhost) cause: java.net.ConnectException Connection refused)

    with best regards

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    I don't care how old this post is Costa you rule!!!!!! I'm so tired of searching for answers to questions and then having some dumb ass tell me "use the search". Keep it up man we need your input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhbud View Post
    I'm so tired of searching for answers to questions and then having some dumb ass tell me "use the search".
    Seems that searching the forums is useful then? How ironic.
    Last edited by phoenix; 12-17-2010 at 07:01 AM.
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