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    michadar is offline Junior Member
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    Default [SOLVED] Zimbra existnig apache installation

    Hallo,
    I have existing apache instalation and i want to install zimbra on the same server.
    My domain is example.com and i'm using only port 80 (www for company) on this server.
    I wan't to setup zimbra instalation listning only on port 443.
    How can u configure existing apache instalation?
    Should i not install zimbra apache during instalation?
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    Stop your apache server, install Zimbra then modify it to use port 443 (search the wiki or forums for zmtlsctl) then retsart Zimbra and your web server. It is, however, recommended to install Zimbra on a server that has only Zimbra installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Stop your apache server, install Zimbra then modify it to use port 443 (search the wiki or forums for zmtlsctl) then retsart Zimbra and your web server. It is, however, recommended to install Zimbra on a server that has only Zimbra installed.

    Unfortunately, after installing zimbra, i saw the default apache page https. How can I solve this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by michadar View Post
    Unfortunately, after installing zimbra, i saw the default apache page https. How can I solve this problem?
    I assume that Apache is listening on port 443? Obviously you can't have that if Zimbra is going to be using that port, disable it in Apache. As I mentioned it's recommended that you install Zimbra on it's own server.
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    Hi, Thank you for your help.I'm Installed Zimba on alternative ports and works well.
    Regards!

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