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    Various Questions

    At the risk of getting lots of "search the forums!" replies (I have), I have a few unanswered questions:


    The architectural overview here is nice, but I want to know how Zimbra stores messages....
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    Just for future reference, to set the...

    Just for future reference, to set the zimbraMtaRecipientDelimiter option you use the command:

    zmprov mcf zimbraMtaRecipientDelimiter +-Dana
  3. I thought you may be interested in a few...

    I thought you may be interested in a few modifications I made to the LVM backup script posted earlier in the thread.


    #!/bin/bash

    time=`date +%Y-%m-%d_%H-%M-%S`

    # Modify the following...
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    Solved!

    I got it!
    It really did lie in the zmtlsctl command.
    I used the above code with zmtlsctl both (NOT "mixed").
    That was all.
    -Dana
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    It seems I'm the only one posting here :). Here...

    It seems I'm the only one posting here :).
    Here is what I have so far:

    NameVirtualHost *:80
    <VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerName zimbra.mydomain.com
    # DocumentRoot...
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    Clarification

    I suppose I should clarify this by saying:
    I know how to edit the Apache configuration, but where does Zimbra put them and how can I properly restart it?
    Thanks in advance,
    -Dana
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    Hi Bill. Not really. I'm not really concerned...

    Hi Bill.
    Not really. I'm not really concerned with having my Apache server do anything else, really. The httpd.conf example they use could help a little, but there they're trying to do something...
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    Tomcat SSL Configuration [SOLVED!]

    Hello Zimbra people.
    I got Zimbra up and running yesterday, complete with actual SSL certificates.\
    The server is on a separate IP address, outside of my company's firewall.
    I was wondering, how...
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