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    Hi everybody

    Zimbra is WONDERFUL !!!

    I've successfully installed Zimbra Open Source Edition on a Ubuntu server 6.06 test machine, following these two (great) tutorials:

    Ubuntu 6.06 Server (Dapper Drake) Beginner's Install Guide

    How To Install Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) On Ubuntu


    Now I can send and receive emails by web client...
    ....but I've this problem:

    I can't check my email by any IMAP clients !!!!
    (Thunderbird and Outlook Express tested on default 143 IMAP port, without SSL mark)


    DO I need to enable POP/IMAP proxy?

    In fact, in the installation on the point 6 (zimbra-store) of the main menu, I left "Enable POP/IMAP proxy: no"
    How can I access by bash to the Main Menu once I've finished the installation process?


    As U can see,I'm Linux/zimbra newbie so sorry if my question is not clear...


    Thanks in advance

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    Welcome to the forums,
    If this is a single server setup you should not be using the proxy.
    In a terminal:
    su - zimbra
    zmprov gs server.domain.com | grep Imap
    & post the output
    (Can you telnet to those ports at all?)
    Last edited by mmorse; 02-05-2008 at 06:48 PM.

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    While you're responding to Mike's suggestion you might also check two other things:

    1) Try using secure IMAP (993) instead of 143. I think the non-secure login may be disabled by default.

    2) Do you have any sort of router/firewall between your clients and your server? There's a chance that the required ports aren't open or aren't routing.

    Cheers,

    Dan

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    Thank U for such a quick answer !!!

    my lan is organized in this way:

    internet
    |
    |
    IPCop---------------dmz--------test mail server (Zimbra)
    |
    |
    LAN


    I've "port forwarded" the following ports on IPCop:
    110 (POP3)
    25(SMTP)
    21(FTP)
    143(IMAP)
    443(HTTPS)
    389(LDAP)
    993(IMAP - SSL)
    995(POP3 - SSL)

    and now I can use my email clients by IMAP !!!
    The problem was resolved setting 993 and SSL mark in the mail clients.

    Now I can have fun with Zimbra !!

    Cheers from Milan
    Naoto

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    Quote Originally Posted by naoto View Post
    and now I can use my email clients by IMAP !!!
    The problem was resolved setting 993 and SSL mark in the mail clients.

    Now I can have fun with Zimbra !!

    Cheers from Milan
    Naoto
    Glad to be of service. I have marked this thread as solved. Please come back if you run into additional difficulties.

    Meanwhile, welcome to the world of Z!

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