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    wabraas is offline Junior Member
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    Default Remove Zimbra

    Can somebody help me to deinstall ZIMBRA.

    I did a ./install.sh -u and it looks ok but i still get the Zimbra login screen when i connect to the website.
    And my website is not working anymore

    Thank's

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    Default iptables

    Quote Originally Posted by wabraas
    Can somebody help me to deinstall ZIMBRA.

    I did a ./install.sh -u and it looks ok but i still get the Zimbra login screen when i connect to the website.
    And my website is not working anymore

    Thank's
    as root: iptables -t nat -F

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    Default Remove Zimbra

    Thank's but did not do the job, still got the ZIMBRA login screen

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    run:

    service zimbra stop

    then:

    ./install.sh -u

    try that, not sure if it will work.

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    try

    ps -ef | zimbra

    look for anything that comes up and kill that process also.

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    Default Still not the solution found

    Hi,

    Did this already stil got the login screen

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    I'm not too sure but if you've stopped the service, run ps and killed any processes belonging to zimbra and run ./install -u. I can't imagine how that login screen would still show up. Unless it has something to do with zmiptables. Try zmiptables -u

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    Quote Originally Posted by agnOstos
    I'm not too sure but if you've stopped the service, run ps and killed any processes belonging to zimbra and run ./install -u. I can't imagine how that login screen would still show up. Unless it has something to do with zmiptables. Try zmiptables -u
    Agreed.

    I can only think of two possibilities:

    * The address being used to connect to Zimbra is the wrong one, and is connecting to another live server

    * Zimbra is cached. I ran into this once. I set it up so that mail.mydomain.com poppup up the Zimbra login. I later modified that to show some other website, where you could get to Zimbra by clicking a "mail" link. After setting up the other website, when I first went there, I saw the Zimbra login. Odd. Turns out that it was just cached. A shift-reload solved it immediatly, showing the correct site.

    Have a good one,
    -Eric

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    Default De-install

    Hi,


    I did everthing jou wrote.

    Stop zimbra service
    ./install -u
    ps -ef | zimbra

    except
    zmiptables -u

    Because you can't do that after you did ./install -u

    There is nothing in the cache I rebooted ery system in my local network and refreshed with shift and ctrl-f5 my website.

    It is not that i want Zimbra to remove from my system but my website is not workink anymore,
    Do you now (and i think you now) how to operate a seperate website next to
    ZIMBRA, for my it is no problem if it is operating on a different port than 80 or that you use someting like //webserver/mywebsite

    I even just now reinstalled everiting:
    Then

    Stop zimbra service
    zmiptables -u
    ./install -u

    rebooted systems

    and still i have the ZIMBRA login screen
    Last edited by wabraas; 11-03-2005 at 02:13 AM. Reason: tried someting else

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    Quote Originally Posted by andreychek
    Agreed.

    I can only think of two possibilities:

    * The address being used to connect to Zimbra is the wrong one, and is connecting to another live server

    * Zimbra is cached. I ran into this once. I set it up so that mail.mydomain.com poppup up the Zimbra login. I later modified that to show some other website, where you could get to Zimbra by clicking a "mail" link. After setting up the other website, when I first went there, I saw the Zimbra login. Odd. Turns out that it was just cached. A shift-reload solved it immediatly, showing the correct site.

    Have a good one,
    -Eric
    For I dont now what stupid reasen it stayed in my cache it is now solved.

    Thanks to all for the help

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