Setting Up Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) on RHEL/CentOS 7/6

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Matei Cezar

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41 Responses

  1. yoga says:

    my client can’t access to open website zimbra?? please help me..

    My DNS is correct.

  2. tinku says:

    while installing zimbra (./install.sh) i had faced some dependencies error.

  3. Asmir Mustafic says:

    Hello Matei,

    First of all thank you for your tutorial, i tried to install this setup on CentOS 7 several times, but every-time i can not open the admin portal on 7071? all services are running, but i can not see that zimbra is listening on the port, any expirience on such problems?

    Best regards,

    • Matei Cezar says:

      What’s the output of netstat -tlpn command? Can you see Zimbra ports listening on your network interfaces IP addresses? To open firewall port use the following command:
      firewall-cmd –add-port=7071/tcp –permanent
      firewall-cmd –reload

      Or try to disable the firewall for a while and check if you can connect to zimbra port from brwoser:
      systemctl stop firewalld

  4. Nirav Kanani says:

    I am looking for a help to install zimbra mail server configurations on centos 6.5 32 bit

  5. Jim Stowe says:

    Excellent article. Everything went smooth during install. However when I tried to access on the browser I get nothing, just a browser message that the site cannot be reached. I have pinged by ip and hostname and both ping ok. I have tried to browse by both too and no luck. Obviously I am missing something.

  6. George says:

    How do you set up to receive external mail?

  7. shaik vahid says:

    how to setup mx records for my domain with examples thank you

    • Matei Cezar says:

      Setting up an A record, a MX or SPF record highly depends on your domain name registrar or ISP who provides the DNS service. Pay a great deal of attention to these types of DNS records on a public domain name because your mail servers can be abused by spammers or you”ll end-up in a spam blacklist.

  8. Ajit says:

    Hi Sir,

    I am new to linux ,i have installed the ZCS as shown in the article,but after installing the ZCS ,i am not able to recive the mail from each other.also i am not able to understand how u have done the ip mapping in this installation.you have used different ip in the cli and different ip in web browser.

  9. Matei Cezar says:

    Run ss command to get a list of all network sockets and verify if zimbra is listening on the following ports: 443 and 7071 . Any errors on logs? Supply more info!

  10. Shibu says:

    after installation my web interface not appeared. I follow same all information.

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