Category: Zimbra Collaboration

Install and configure Zimbra 8.8 PolicyD

This example works for single server running Zimbra 8.8 su - zimbra zmprov ms `zmhostname` +zimbraServiceInstalled cbpolicyd +zimbraServiceEnabled cbpolicyd Next step must be executed as root cd /opt/zimbra/data/httpd/htdocs/ ln -s ln -s ../../cbpolicyd/share/webui Edit config file putting “#” on front of all the lines beginning with $DB_DSN and adding the following line just before the

Zimbra Collaboration 8.8 blank screen after install

After installing Zimbra Collaboration 8.8 or upgrading from previous version you may get blank screen in some cases when accessing your management URL or Web interface.In our example we are using smtp domain with server named Troubleshooting In the nginx log file you will see following entries cat /opt/zimbra/log/nginx.log ............client closed connection while

Delegate admin access on Zimbra and remove view mail and change password permission

We had a task of creating domain administrator account for Zimbra but without access to users mail and ability to change password. This is how we got it done. We will be using user tmpadmin and domain contose as an example. 1. Create account with Zimbra zmprov CLI tool zmprov ca "Your password" 2.

Zimbra Domain Admin Delegation Open Source version 8.x and up

We were assigned a task of creating user account with access to only certain things. This can be done with this simple approach on Zimbra Open Source addition. 1. First create user for domain for which you want to grant delegation admin access. 2. We create script in /opt/zimbra directory. The script should

Deploy Certificate or renew certificate on Zimbra server

In this example we used Zimbra Admin interface to create csr. This is done by going to Configure – Certificates then right click on the server name and then select install certificates. In the menu choose create csr. Ones comepleted submit to certificate authority of your choice – We used Go Daddy. Ones verified we

Deploy Zimbra 8.6 in Multi-Server setup with CentOS7

In this deployment we will have 2 Zimbra Open Source Edition servers running on the internal network. In most cases we would recommend running Zimbra MTA on the DMZ but in this deployment we already had  existing gateway scanning messages. Order of Installation Zimbra LDAP srv Zimbra Mailbox srv Zimbra MTA srv Zimbra Proxy srv