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    manOfmoods is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default SMTP Authentication and https

    I want to use SMTP Authentication and https protocol on my server.
    According to this wiki I set:

    Code:
    $zmtlsctl redirect
    $zmmailboxdctl restart
    Everything is good working. The only question is "zimbraMtaAuthURL".
    Code:
    zmprov getServer myserver.com | grep zimbraMtaAuthURL
    zimbraMtaAuthURL: http://myserver.com:80/service/soap/
    Is it normal that it is set to http://myserver.com:80/service/soap/ ?

    Cause when I tried to change it to https://myserver.com:443/service/soap/
    I got this response:

    Code:
    $zmprov modifyServer myserver.com zimbraMtaAuthURL https://myserver.com:443/service/soap/
    ERROR: service.INVALID_REQUEST (invalid request: zimbraMtaAuthURL is immutable)
    Thanks for your attention.
    Last edited by manOfmoods; 03-11-2009 at 04:34 PM.

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    The setting for zimbraMtaAuthURL should be an https link, that's what having redirect will do. Did the zmtlsctl command not change that to https when you ran the command? How did you actually (list the command) try to change the url?
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    Did the zmtlsctl command not change that to https when you ran the command?
    No. I also tried to change "mail mode" to the https and mixed, using zmtlsctl. zimbraMailMode changed, but zimbraMtaAuthURL didn't.

    How did you actually (list the command) try to change the url?
    Code:
    $zmprov modifyServer myserver.com zimbraMtaAuthURL https://myserver.com:443/service/soap/
    ERROR: service.INVALID_REQUEST (invalid request: zimbraMtaAuthURL is immutable)

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    What does this show:
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    zmprov getServer myserver.com | grep Mode
    Is it correct?
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    Yes. It's correct.
    Code:
    $ zmprov getServer myserver.com | grep Mode
    zimbraBackupMode: Standard
    zimbraMailMode: redirect
    zimbraMailReferMode: wronghost
    zimbraReverseProxyImapStartTlsMode: only
    zimbraReverseProxyPop3StartTlsMode: only
    Should I change zimbraMtaAuthURL, using ldap browser (I have one) or there is other solution?

    From the user point of view:
    Now browser redirects from "http://myserver.com" to "https://myserver.com".

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    I repeated this on another server running zimbra. Result is the same

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