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    minh281182 is offline Banned
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    Dear all,

    I install Zimbra on Centos5.

    Is it necessary to remove Apache and Sendmail service before install Zimbra?

    While installing, I got conflicted on port 25. And my Zimbra server cannot send email. (even within my domain)

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by minh281182 View Post
    Is it necessary to remove Apache and Sendmail service before install Zimbra?
    You need to stop them and disable them from running at boot.

    Quote Originally Posted by minh281182 View Post
    While installing, I got conflicted on port 25. And my Zimbra server cannot send email. (even within my domain)
    That's hardly surprising as you've got another MTA (sendmail) running on the server and Apache will also cause problems. This is documented in the Install Guide and all over these forums.
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