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    Default My First Zimbra Install - Port Conflict issues

    I've looked all around the forums and google but I haven't found a straight-forward solution to my problem.

    This is my first Zimbra install, so bear with me... (Admittedly, this is actually my first installation of any software on a server. ) But I'm a fast learner, so....

    When installing, Zimbra tells me that there are the following port conflicts:
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    Port conflict detected: 110 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 143 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 80 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 25 (zimbra-mta)
    Port conflict detected: 443 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 993 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 995 (zimbra-store)
    I am running on Virtuozzo VPS on CentOS 5. I have yet to make the DNS change - really hoping I didn't have to until I got it all setup. But maybe this is the problem.

    This is probably a really easy problem to fix and I look like an idiot. Help would be great!

    Thanks!

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    You have a mailserver and webserver already running on your system, stop them and disable them from starting at boot then rerun your install.
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    Thanks for your reply!

    However, what do I do if I need the webserver and mailservers activated? Are you saying maybe that if I disable the webserer and mailservers than it will finish the installation and from there I can reactivate the webserver/mailservers?

    Again, thanks for your help!

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    NO..you cannot run multiple services on SAME port.

    As zimbra uses ports 80,443,110,25 and others you cannot use any of those ports for your existing application (web server, email server) if you want to install zimbra on same machine.
    Its always best to install zimbra on separate server of its own with no other services running.

    If you search forum then there are people who have done stuff to run there apache on port 80 but definitely not another mail server on same machine

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    Default Multiple IPs?

    What if you have multiple IPs on your server?

    I'd like to run Zimbra on one IP and other services (additional Apache instance, etc.) on the other IPs, so they don't conflict.
    If I check Ports with netstat -an | grep LISTEN, the Zimbra services are running on "all" IPs using the specific port.
    Can i re-configure or re-install Zimbra to use only one specific IP?

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    Default Did you ever figure out a solution

    I also have a server with a current web server but have multiple public IPs, is it possible to run zimbra on the same server and on a different IP?

    Thanks

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    I am facing same problem...

    Checking for port conflicts
    Port conflict detected: 80 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 80 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 80 (zimbra-store)
    Port conflict detected: 80 (zimbra-store)


    I have 8 IP's out of which 4 IP's binding to port 80 by seperate apache server...looks like these 4 port conflicts are due to that...

    Can't I install zimbra on seperate IP to avoid port conflict? I don't want zimbra to use all IP's on my machine rather it should get installed only in one IP address...is it possible?

    please help...

    thx

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    Work on implementing this is being carried out in Bug 6111 – allow user to specify interface to bind to, instead of taking them all. Until that is fixed though you would have to manually bind each part of zimbra to the IP address you want. Some instructions for that can be found in the threads linked in that bug, but quite a bit is outdated for the 6.0.x branch.

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