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    japennell is offline Starter Member
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    Default Cannot get past "correct unconfigured items" / change port now unable create calendar

    Hello,

    I have successfully installed Zimbra on a SLES10 server under VMWare. However, when I changed the HTTP port from 80 to 8080, I can no longer add new calendars. Even after I reverted back to port 80, it still no longer allows new calendar creation.

    So, I decided to install another Zimbra Virtual machine. This is now my third attempt. The script prompts me to create the Admin password. And I do. However, it does not allow me to enter 'a' to accept. It thinks I have more to configure or fix ldap.

    I cannot get by this. Any suggestions??

    OR, if you have an idea as to the original change HTTP port and calendar creation issue, that would be even better.

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    brian is offline Project Contributor
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    Either the ldap host/port combination could not be contacted or the ldap passwd was incorrectly entered. Once you enter correct combination of those 3 you should be able to accept the configuration and continue.
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