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    Ok, sorry guys if this question has been asked before but if it has please post a link in this thread to redirect me there.

    Can i use Zimbra (which uses Tomcat) and Apache (for running applications) on the same machine ? Basically, i will need Apache for running my business applications (PHP).

    Or will i need to set up another machine and set up Apache on it ?

    Hope i'm clear enough.

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    You can setup your own apache instance but you'll have to get it running on a "non standard" port if you only have one IP on the server.

    If you can multihome (two or more IP) your server, you can just attach your apache instance to one IP and Zimbra on the other (there's a thread somewhere in the forum about that). This will allow you to use standard port (80) for the apache hosting.

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    Cheers mate but obviously it's not an ideal solution is it ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredo
    Cheers mate but obviously it's not an ideal solution is it ?
    If you'd setup zimbra to listen on a different port you could have had Apache on port 80 and then us a redirect for zimbra to the non-standard port. Alternatively you could just get users of the web gui to use a non-snandard port in their browser. Those subjects have been covered before in the forums.
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    search the wiki - there:s two ways to do this. 1) install http on a nonstandard port eg. 81 and use a reverse proxy and a vhost on your existing apache, or 2) install mod_jk on your existing apache.

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