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    Question geronimo + zimbra possible?

    Hy,
    I'm just setting up a new Server and would like to use Apache/Geronimo (Tomcat variant) as well as Zimbra, after reading the documentation/wiki I think this should be possible.
    Does any of you have any experience with this kind of setup or advice on the scenario, or am I completely wrong and this would lead to a whole lot of trouble?

    cheers
    armitage

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    Well, it would depend on the specs of your machine, what you intend to use Apache/geronimo for and how many Zimbra users you'll have. It is recommended that Zimbra is run on a dedicated server but you can install an instance of Apache and use something other than port 80, you could run zimbra/tomcat on a port other than 80 and use apache to redirct the web UI to zimbra. Have a search of the forums & wiki for advice on setting that up.
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    Bill


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