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    Doesn't the web interface for Zimbra listen on...

    Doesn't the web interface for Zimbra listen on port 80 though? If not, why is it that a browser doesn't have to enter in a port like virtually everything else running on something other than port...
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    The MX record will handle forwarding requests for...

    The MX record will handle forwarding requests for web access as well?

    Apache on port 80 would be running a site entirely seperate from zimbra.

    So a browser addressing:
    http://domain.com
    and...
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    Running Zimbra and Apache?

    I'd like to set up zimbra as a mail server at mail.domain.com and have apache intercept direct addresses at domain.com

    If need be, I'd like the mail. address the one that's running on an...
  4. Being a test server it's really just a powerful...

    Being a test server it's really just a powerful desktop.

    Athlon 64 3500+
    1gb of DDR400
    450gb no raid
    nVidia 6600GT
  5. Ideal way to exchange mail with external hosts? Then a HOWTO?

    Zimbra does a fine job by default of getting mail sent to and from different addresses on the local domain, but what about external domains like yahoo, gmail, etc?

    Should the ISP's smtp address be...
  6. Post install : Zimbra start up is taking upwards of 10 minutes

    On the system's first boot zimbra takes a solid 10 minutes to start up. Once the system is booted, stopping and starting the service takes closer to 1 minute.

    Server response with AJAX forms and...
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