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Installing Zimbra Mailbox Server

The zimbra-store package can be installed with the LDAP server, the MTA server, or as a separate mailbox server. You can have more than one mailbox server and new mailbox servers can be added at any time.
The Zimbra license file can be installed on one of the mailbox servers during the installation. If you do not have a license file you can install it from the administration console when the ZCS install is complete. See “Zimbra License” on page 10.
Note: If you are installing zimbra-convertd package, this is installed only on each mailstore servers. For 5.0. x, typing Y to install zimbra-convertd will not make a noticeable difference since installing it does not activate it. For more information about zimbra-convertd, contact Zimbra support.
Follow steps 1 through 4 in Starting the Installation Process to log on to the server as root and unpack the Zimbra software.
Type Y and press Enter to install the zimbra-logger (optional and only on one mailbox server), zimbra-store, and zimbra-spell (optional) packages. When zimbra-spell is installed, the zimbra-apache package also gets installed. In the following screen shot example, the packages to be installed are emphasized.
Install zimbra-logger [Y] Y
Install zimbra-store [Y] Y
Install zimbra-apache [Y] Y
Install zimbra-spell [Y] Y
Install zimbra-proxy [N] N
Install zimbra-convertd [Y] Y
Type Y, and press Enter to modify the system. The selected packages are installed on the server.
The Main menu displays the default entries for the Zimbra component you are installing. To expand the menu to see the configuration values type x and press Enter.
To navigate the Main menu, select the menu item to change. You can modify any of the values. For information about the menu values, see Menu-Driven Configurationsection.
+Admin user to create:             admin@mailstore-1.example.com
+Spam training user:        spam.cc_v05j4@mailstore-1.example.com
+Non-spam(Ham) training user:  ham.msoyzx@mailstore-1.example.com
+SMTP host                             mailstore-1.example.com
+Spell server URL: http://mailstore-1.example.com:7780/aspell.php
        +Enable version update checks:         TRUE
   ******* +License filename: UNSET
        +Configure store for use with reverse mail proxy: FALSE
        +Configure store for use with reverse web proxy: FALSE
        +Enable Instant Messaging Feature:     Disabled
+Enable Briefcases Feature:            Disabled
+Enable Tasks Feature:                 Disabled
+Enable Notebook Feature:              Enabled
7) Enable default backup schedule: yes
   c) Collapse menu
   q) Quit
Type 1 and press Enter to go to the Common Configuration menu.
    1)Hostname:                          mailstore-1.example.com
    2)Ldap master host:                  mailstore-1.example.com
    3)Ldap port: 389
    4)Ldap Admin password: set
    5)Require secure interprocess communications      Yes
    6)TimeZone:              (GMT-08.00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
The mailbox server hostname is displayed. You must change the LDAP master host name and password to be the values configured on the LDAP server.
Type 2, press Enter, and type the LDAP host name.
(ldap-1.example.com in this example.)
Type 4, press Enter, and type the LDAP password.
After you set these values, the server immediately contacts the LDAP server. If it cannot contact the server, you cannot proceed.
Type 6 to set the correct time zone, if your time zone is not Pacific Time.
Type r to return to the Main menu.
From the Main menu, type to go to the Store configuration menu.
1) Status:                                Enabled
13) Enable POP/IMAP proxy: no
19) Spell server URL:       http://mailstore-1.example.com:7780/aspell.php
19  Enable version update checks:             TRUE
  21) Enable version update notifications:      TRUE
  22) Version update notification email:        admin@example.com
  23) Version update source email:              admin@example.com
  24) Configure store for use with reverse mail proxy: FALSE
  25) Configure store for use with reverse web proxy: FALSE
Type 4 and set the password for the administrator account. The password is case sensitive and must be a minimum of six characters. During the install process, the admin account is provisioned on the mailbox store server. You log on to the administration console with this password.
Note: By default, the email addresses for the admin account, spam, non-spam, wiki are set to be the zimbra mailstore server address. You may want to change these to be the ZCS primary domain address instead. (example.com in this example)
Type the corresponding number if you want to change the default web server mode. The communication protocol options are HTTP, HTTPS, mixed, both or redirect.
Mixed mode uses HTTPS for logging in and HTTP for normal session traffic
Both mode means that an HTTP session stays HTTP, including during the login phase, and an HTTPS session remains HTTPS throughout, including the login phase.
Redirect mode redirects any users connecting via HTTP to a HTTPS connection.
If you are setting up IMAP/POP proxy servers, type the corresponding number to enable the servers. When you enable these, IMAP and POP server port numbers and proxy port numbers are automatically changed. See the Planning for the Installation chapter, Configuring IMAP and POP Proxy Server.
If you install the zimbra spell package, it is installed on every mailstore. The http address for each is the mailstore server it is installed on host name.
Enable version update checks and Enable version update notifications are set to TRUE. ZCS automatically checks for the latest ZCS software updates and notifies the account that is configured in Version update notification email. You can modify this later from the administration console.
If the zimbra-proxy package is not installed on the mailbox server, two menu options are displayed so you can preconfigure the mailbox server for use with the zimbra proxy server:
Configure store for use with reverse mail proxy FALSE
Configure store for use with reverse web proxy FALSE
Set either or both of these to TRUE if you are going to set up zimbra-proxy. The zimbra-proxy ports display in the menu when these are set to TRUE.
Type the corresponding menu number to install the Zimbra license file. Enter the location of the Zimbra license file. For example, if you saved the license file to the tmp directory, you would type /tmp/ZCSLicense.xml. You cannot proceed without a license.
Type r to return to the Main menu.
Review the Default Class of Service Configuration settings. If you want to change the COS default configuration of these features, type the number (6) for the Default Class of Service Configuration. Then type the corresponding number for the feature to be enabled or disabled. The default COS settings are adjusted to match.
When the mailbox server is configured, return to the Main menu and type a to apply the configuration changes. Press Enter to save the configuration data.
When Save Configuration data to a file appears, press Enter.
The next request asks where to save the files. To accept the default, press Enter. To save the files to another directory, enter the directory and then press Enter.
When The system will be modified - continue? appears, type y and press Enter.
The server is modified. Installing all the components and configuring the mailbox server can take a few minutes. This includes installing SSL certificates, setting passwords, setting ports, installing skins and zimlets, setting time zone preferences, and starting the servers, among other processes.
When Configuration complete - press return to exit displays, press Enter.

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