My Gentoo box is running apache with SSL. I've installed z-push on the gentoo machine. In the z-push config file I tell it to forward to the internal zimbra machine (ubuntu) with name 'yourmailserver.com' on port 8889: via:
Zimbra is using https authentication not http.Code:define('ZIMBRA_URL', 'https://yourmailserver.com:8889');
Any ideas or help debugging this would be very appreciated....
Last edited by marshall; 01-25-2011 at 03:46 PM.
https://yourmailserver:8889 - as this would be a pre-requisite.
If so, then take a look at this thread.
Zimbra https proxy with apache
PS: You should edit your previous post to remove your mail server address
Yes, I definitely can log into my email via https://yourmailserver.com:8889/. I'll check out that link you sent, thanks!
Last edited by marshall; 01-25-2011 at 03:47 PM.
i've noticed that when editing my contacts on my mobile it gets synced to zimbra but the email field is not what i expected.
my email fields are changed to this format: "firstname lastname <email>"
what i expect after a sync from my mobile is for the email field to only list the email address, since there is already a field for firstname and lastname.
i tried to do a basic grep to see if i could edit zimbra.php to adjust this behavior but i wasn't successful.
all the other fields however sync just fine as expected.
I never saw this before using Windows Mobile or Nokia. But, I just tried adding an email field to a contact on Android, and it does send over the name as well as you pointed out. The Android implementation of ActiveSync as released to date (2.2) is far from perfect.
I'm interested to know which way Apple behaves ? Anyone care to try and reply, please.
yes, i'm using android 2.3
Any other ideas how to debug the soap problems?
In the proxy system case, on which system does php-curl need to be installed?
I'm assuming it needs to be installed on the outer web-server that is accepting the connection and forwarding to the internal zimbra host. Does that sound right?
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