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    Zimbra Admin Port

    Afternoon,

    I'm trying to change the zimbra admin port from 7071 to 'something' else so I can get into it remotely without needing to fight/approach our provider.

    I've tried the zmlocalconfig -e idea but it doesn't appear to commit the changes

    Please2help.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Have you restarted all the Zimbra services after you ran the localconfig command?

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    Sadly yes... Tried that.

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    Ah, just checked the Z forums and found this almost-year-old thread on the issue and the resulting issue in the bugtracker. Seems it's not as easy as we'd like

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    As always, a great response webman.

    Sadly, it doesn't appear so simple what with it re-writing the value back to 7071 on launch.

    Shall approach the servicedesk and see what happens.

    Thanks again for your time.

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    No problem. Although, as a workaround to achieve what you want, it looks like iptables will be able to re-route incoming packets from one port to another - Using iptables to redirect packets.

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    Yeah, sadly its not that I want it on another port for aestetic value, its our provider being untrusted to modify the firewall rules without screwing something else up!

    Cheers nonetheless for your time.

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    I played with this a while back. I was on Ubuntu and had apache running and used mod_proxy to get to the zimbra from good old 80 and 443. Saves messing with Zimbra ports

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    Hi,I'm also trying to change my admin port fro '7071' to something else....i'tried "zmprov ms xyz.com zimbraAdminPort 2896" nd its working but when I'm loging with that all the services get stopped

    Help me

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