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    Hi Bigmudcake,

    Quote Originally Posted by bigmudcake View Post
    Just to let everyone know,

    I have successfully installed Zimbra 4.5.8 opensource edition
    onto the release version of openSUSE 10.3 and have updated
    the instructions at the start of this thread accordingly....
    I installed 4.5.9 GA in OpenSuse 10.3 using your comprehensive guide and seems to be good.
    I then migrated from SuSe 10 where Zimbra's been updated several times in the last year. Just one error appears (with every mail received) -

    postfix/smtpd[25880]: unable to dlopen /opt/zimbra/cyrus-sasl-2.1.22.3/lib/sasl2/libotp.so.2: librsaref.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    librsaref.so is missing for sure. Not sure if it's important or not?

    Thanks

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    Hi,

    I always get stuck installing Zimbra at the point where I have to press enter to start the install. I've spent a couple of weeks solidly on installing Zimbra. The installation complains about my hosts file not being correct. Once I managed to go further and get it to install but it was by copying and pasting from different forums, obiuosly now I can't remember what I did. As I'm novice to Linux thought this thread will help me install Zimbra but it does not help me to configure my MX record in DNS. Can anyone help me with this step by step? The documentation about DNS assumes I know about scripting language or something as it does not make sense to me. Is there not a tool I can use that will setup my DNS for me.

    My Windows mail server is collapsing and after seeing what Zimbra can do I'd love to use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniedj View Post
    Hi,

    I always get stuck installing Zimbra at the point where I have to press enter to start the install. I've spent a couple of weeks solidly on installing Zimbra. The installation complains about my hosts file not being correct. Once I managed to go further and get it to install but it was by copying and pasting from different forums, obiuosly now I can't remember what I did. As I'm novice to Linux thought this thread will help me install Zimbra but it does not help me to configure my MX record in DNS. Can anyone help me with this step by step? The documentation about DNS assumes I know about scripting language or something as it does not make sense to me. Is there not a tool I can use that will setup my DNS for me.

    My Windows mail server is collapsing and after seeing what Zimbra can do I'd love to use it.
    You don't actually say which operating system you're using, which is it? Setting up a DNS server is fairly straightforward but it will take some effort to learn the basics of what you're doing. If you are behind a NAT router then you will need a Split DNS set-up, you can either follow the instructions in the 'DNS In A Nutshell thread (search the forums for that) or the Split DNS in the wiki article. Post the details of the /etc/hosts file so we can see if it's correct.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    You don't actually say which operating system you're using, which is it? Setting up a DNS server is fairly straightforward but it will take some effort to learn the basics of what you're doing. If you are behind a NAT router then you will need a Split DNS set-up, you can either follow the instructions in the 'DNS In A Nutshell thread (search the forums for that) or the Split DNS in the wiki article. Post the details of the /etc/hosts file so we can see if it's correct.
    I managed to get it running. (Hosts file is space separated not tab like in Windows)

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