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    Default Web server and ZIMBRA

    Hello to everybody, I have just installed Zimbra ZCS 4.0 for Fedora, and y have a problem. I need to have in the same machine Zimbra and a simple web server (Apache).

    Zimbra is under a domain called localdomain.es (example) and y want my web be accesible as www.domain.es

    I have correctly configured a DNS with both domains, but when I modify httpd.conf of Zimbra and put a virtual host to attend those petitions it does not work, it shows zimbra web page and not the web I want.
    Is possible to have two pages in the apache server of zimbra? or should i have to install another web server and have two web servers (zimbra and other one)?

    Thank you in advance, and I'd like to apologyse for my english.

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    Hello, welcome to the forum.

    This question comes very often in the forum, you should make a search in the forum and wiki.

    Here's the "short" answer : http://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=ZimbraApache

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