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    I am in a similar position Phoenix.

    The server I have is a dedicated server, so I have access to SSH etc.

    So, before I install this service I should go and shutdown Apache and the mail server? Should I just stop all services other than SSH?

    Also, the Fedora version on my server is Fedora Core 2, I am guessing there are no supported versions of Zimbra for this server?

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    phoenix is online now Zimbra Consultant & Moderator
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    I would guess that if you have some kind of management panel and that it will rely on Apache. My advice would be to stop any mail server and disable it from starting at boot, the zimbra mysql uses a non-standard port of any mysql on your system would still work - that leaves Apache. I'd leave apache alone and change the port that zimbra uses, you'll get a warning from the installer about port conflicts and then you have the option to make changes to the zimbra config just before you commit it to install - change the zimbra port in there. That should do, except for your correct assumption that there's no supported build for FC2, upgrade or another operating system (my choice would be CentOS if you can get it installed).
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix
    I would guess that if you have some kind of management panel and that it will rely on Apache. My advice would be to stop any mail server and disable it from starting at boot, the zimbra mysql uses a non-standard port of any mysql on your system would still work - that leaves Apache. I'd leave apache alone and change the port that zimbra uses, you'll get a warning from the installer about port conflicts and then you have the option to make changes to the zimbra config just before you commit it to install - change the zimbra port in there. That should do, except for your correct assumption that there's no supported build for FC2, upgrade or another operating system (my choice would be CentOS if you can get it installed).
    Thanks, I would be able to stop Apache and then just restart my server from the rack PDU, but I don't think there is a way to install a different OS.

    I'm going to experiment with other programs such as Roundcube though, although it isn't as good as Zimbra, you gotta take what you can get...

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