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    Here is the output you requested. Joe ...

    Here is the output you requested.

    Joe



    zimbra@mail:~$ zmprov gs `zmhostname` | grep zimbraServiceEnabled
    zimbraServiceEnabled: antivirus
    zimbraServiceEnabled: antispam...
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    Bill, I have updated my profile. The output...

    Bill,

    I have updated my profile.

    The output of zmcontrol status is


    zimbra@mail:~$ zmcontrol status

    Host mail.threerivershospital.com
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    How to install a-spell (Zimbra Spell)

    Hello all,

    I have a live zimbra server that I have been using for a couple of years. We had a crash during the last upgrade and are back up now, but without aspell or zimbra spell. My question...
  4. OK, found that I can change it in the user...

    OK, found that I can change it in the user settings for admin.

    Thanks for the help!

    Joe
    :D
  5. INTERESTING .... I can use the logon name of...

    INTERESTING ....

    I can use the logon name of admin@mail.mydomain.com and am able to logon to the admin console. Is there a way to make it so I can just use the name admin without the qualifying...
  6. Well, I guess I was wrong. I can log into a user...

    Well, I guess I was wrong. I can log into a user account but not the admin panel.

    Here is a tail of the mailbox.log file



    [LEFT]I will send the output of the other file but here is what I...
  7. Well, Time was of an essence. I uninstalled...

    Well,

    Time was of an essence. I uninstalled Zimbra and reinstalled. This time I added a domain, then changed it in the drop down rather than editing in the admin panel. The break was my fault, but...
  8. [SOLVED] Broke Zimbra after editing Domain - Help Please

    Hello all,

    :eek:

    To make a long story short, I went to the general options tab in the administrative console and changed the domain from mail.mydomain.com to mydomain.com. Then saved the change...
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