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    Default Delete Server in WebAdmin

    Howdy,
    We have been using Zimbra for 3 months now and are quite happy... Last night we changed domains and upgraded from 4.01 to 4.5. To get the server running was a matter of upgrading, changing values in zmlocalconfig, then in zmprov, running zmsetservername, and finally moving all users to the new domain name by zmprov ma user@olddomian newdomain ...

    Now, I was able to delete the old domain in the "Domain" section in the web admin, but I cannot delete the "Server" entry. When I try click on the server so I can choose delete, I just get:

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    Message:  Csfe service error
    Error code:  service.PROXY_ERROR
    Method:  ZmCsfeCommand.invoke
    Details:error while proxying request to target server (url=https://olddomain.org:7071/service/admin/soap/): olddomain.org
    There is no mention of the old domain in zmlocalconfig or ini zmprov gacf.
    So, how can I remove this server? Do I even want to or does the mail still reside there?
    Thanks so much
    Greg

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    Default Please file this in bugzilla

    This looks like it might be a Zimbra bug. Can you file this in bugzilla? Include the info that you've just mentioned, plus the stack trace from the mailbox.log logfile.
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    OK, it's bug 14790 now ... Although looking at the stack trace, it seems the old domain is being referrenced... The quesiton I have is where... Then again, I should be able to delete something that doesn't work :-)
    Thanks,
    Greg

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    Try this:
    zmlocalconfig | grep [old domain here]

    and

    zmdumpenv | grep [old dump here]

    ans see if you get anything back.

    -john

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    Quote Originally Posted by tseinc View Post
    Then again, I should be able to delete something that doesn't work :-)
    I have a feeling that this is a problem that cropped up once before, have you searched the forums for a solution to this? Mind you, I might not be thinking of the same problem - it's my age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    I have a feeling that this is a problem that cropped up once before, have you searched the forums for a solution to this? Mind you, I might not be thinking of the same problem - it's my age.
    or maybe it's the 2,772 that you've responded to

    -john

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    Sadly both commands return nothing... other than a new line :-) ...

    I have tried searching the forums.. for the error and for the concept of removing/deleting a server... I could not find anything.. And I spent a good 6 hours wadding through the forums during the upgrade for all kinds of help...that's not conclusive... but..

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    Alright, I just grepped the entire zimbra directory for the old domain and there are 2 references to the old domain. First in the ldap data file:
    /opt/zimbra/openldap-data/mail.bdb
    so I looked in ldap and there is the server.. which I suppose is what the web-admin is finding...
    Can I simply delete the old server from LDAP? Or would that be a Bad Thing?

    Secondly: the ssh keys in the the folder /opt/zimbra/.ssh/ reference the old domain, but not the new one... which is puzzling as ssh works (I can view the mail queue in the webadmin)

    Thanks so much,
    Greg

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