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TitleZimbra OS Multi-Server Install 8.5.0
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Table of Contents
                            1 Introduction
	Audience
	For More Information
	Support and Contact Information
2 Planning for the Installation
	Zimbra Packages
	Configuration Examples
	Downloading the Zimbra Software
	Menu-Driven Configuration
		Common Configuration Options
		Zimbra LDAP Server Configuration Options
		Zimbra Mailbox Server Configuration Options
		Zimbra MTA Server Configuration Options
	Configuring for Virtual Hosting
3 Preparing Your Server Environment
	System Requirements
	Modifying Operating System Configurations
	DNS Configuration Requirement
4 Multiple-Server Installation
	Order of Installation
	Starting the Installation Process
	Installing Zimbra LDAP Master Server
	Installing the Zimbra Mailbox Server
		Install Zimbra Mailbox Services
	Installing Zimbra MTA on a Server
	Installing the zimbra-SNMP Package
	Final Set-Up
		Set Up the SSH Keys
		Enabling Server Statistics Display
		Note about MTA servers
	Verifying Server Configuration
	Logging on to the Administration Console
	Post Installation Tasks
		Defining Classes of Service
		Provisioning Accounts
	Uninstalling Zimbra Collaboration
5 Adding a Mailbox Server to a Single Server Configuration
	Setup Requirements For Adding a Mailbox Server
	Overview of Process
	Configuring the Mailbox Server
	Adding Customized Features
	Testing the Configuration
	Move Mailboxes
		Move Mailboxes Using CLI zmmboxmove
	Turn Off Mailbox Server on Single-Server Node
6 Configuring Multi-Master Replication
	Managing Multiple Master LDAP Servers
	Enabling Multi-Master Replication on Initial Stand-Alone LDAP Master
	Installing a Secondary Master LDAP Server
		Passwords Required to Install the Secondary Master
		Setting Up a Secondary Master LDAP Server
	Promote Existing Replicas to Multi-Master LDAP Servers
	Deleting a Multi-Master Replication Node
	Monitoring Multiple LDAP Master Status
		Feature Requirement
		Error Codes and Status Explanations
7 Configuring LDAP Replication
	Configuring LDAP Replication Overview
	Installing Zimbra Master LDAP Server
	Enable Replication on the LDAP Master
	Installing a Replica LDAP Server
		Test the Replica
	Configuring Zimbra Servers to Use LDAP Replica
	Uninstalling an LDAP Replica Server
		Remove LDAP Replica from All Active Servers
		Disable LDAP on the Replica
	Monitoring LDAP Replication Status
		Feature Requirement
		Error Codes and Status Explanations
System Requirements for Zimbra Collaboration
	Zimbra Connector for Outlook Network Edition only
	Zimbra Touch Client - Network Edition only
	Zimbra Connector for BlackBerry Enterprise Server Network Edition only
	Available Languages
Index
                        
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www.zimbra.com

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After you set these values, the server immediately contacts the LDAP
server. If it cannot contact the server, you cannot proceed.

• Type 7 to set the correct time zone.

5. Type r to return to the Main menu.

6. Type 2 to go to the MTA menu.

• Type 2 to set the MTA Auth host. This is the MTA authentication server
host name and is set to one of the Zimbra mailbox server’s hostname.

• You can change 6, AV alerts notification address. This should be an
address on the domain, such as the admin address.
([email protected])

Note: If you enter an address other than the admin address, you must
provision an account with that address after the installation is
complete.

You must set the same postfix ldap user password and the same amavis
ldap user password that is configured on the LDAP master server.

• Type 7 and enter the postfix password.
• Type 8 and enter the amavis password.

7. Type r to return to the Main menu.

8. When the MTA server is configured, return to the Main menu and type a to
apply the configuration changes. Press Enter to save the configuration
data.

9. When Save Configuration data to a file appears, press Enter.

10. 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.

11. When The system will be modified - continue? appears, type y and press
Enter.

Select, or press 'a' to apply config (? - help) 2

Mta configuration

1) Status: Enabled
**2) MTA Auth host: UNSET
3) Enable Spamassassin: yes
4) Enable Clam AV: yes
5) Enable OpenDKIM: yes
6) Notification address for AV alerts: [email protected]
**7) Bind password for postfix ldap user: UNSET
**8) Bind password for amavis ldap user: UNSET
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The server is modified. Installing all the components and configuring the
MTA server can take a few minutes. This can include setting passwords,
setting ports, setting time zone preferences, and starting the server,
among other processes.

12. When Installation complete - press return to exit displays, press Enter.

The installation of the MTA server is complete.

Installing the zimbra-SNMP Package
Installing the zimbra-SNMP package is optional, but if you use SNMP
monitoring, this package should be installed on each Zimbra server.

In the Main menu, select zimbra-snmp to make changes to the default values.

The following questions are asked for SNMP configuration.

 Configure whether to be notified by SNMP or SMTP. The default is No. If
you enter yes, you must enter additional information.

• For SNMP type the SNMP Trap host name.
• For SMTP type the SMTP source email address and destination email

address.

Final Set-Up
After the Zimbra servers are configured in a multi-node configuration, the
following functions must be configured:

 In order for remote management and postfix queue management, the ssh
keys must be manually populated on each server.

 If logger is installed, set up the syslog configuration files on each server to
enable server statistics to display on the administration console, and then
enable the logger monitor host. The server statistics includes information
about the message count, message volume, and anti-spam and anti-virus
activity.

 Zimbra Collaboration ships a default zimbra user with a disabled password.
ZCS requires access to this account via ssh public key authentication. On
most operating systems this combination is okay, but if you have modified

8) zimbra-snmp: Enabled
+Enable SNMP notifications: yes
+SNMP Trap hostname: example.com
+Enable SMTP notifications: yes
+SMTP Source email address: [email protected]
+SMTP Destination email address: [email protected]
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Index
Symbols
administration console

logging on 54
URL 54

audience 5
certificate authority 54
class of service 55
common configuration 13
configuration

common 13
menu 12
operating system 25
options 9

configuration, examples 9
configure proxy server 21
contact information 6
disable MySQL 29
DNS 26
download software 9
examples

configuration 9
feedback 6
http proxy 23
http proxy, configuring 23
IMAP proxy server 21
import user mailboxes 56
information

contact 6
support 6

installation 28
prerequisite software 30
process 28

LDAP replication
configuring 73
disable 74
enable 70
install 64, 70
monitor status 67, 74
password 72
test 72
uninstall 73

LDAP server
configuration 15
install 31
installing 70

license
activation 11
obtaining 12
requirements 10

logger package 18

mailbox server
configuration 16
install 35

main menu options 13
memcached 21
menu - main, description 12
menu configuration 12
migrate mailbox 56
MTA Auth host 45
MTA server

configuration 20
install 43

multiple-server installation 27
MX record 26
nginx 21
obtaining a license 12
operating system configurations 25
overview of Zimbra packages 7
passwords, amavis and postfix 72
perdition 21
POP proxy server 21
port configurations, default 17
port mapping for IMAP/POP proxy server 22
ports, proxy server port mapping 22
post installation tasks 54
proxy server 21
proxy,http 23
relay host 26
server configuration

verify 54
Zimbra LDAP 15

SNMP, install 51
software agreement 29
spam training filter 16
spell checker, install 19
support

contact Zimbra 6
support information 6
system requirements 25
test, LDAP replica 72
uninstall ZCS 56
URL, administration console 54
virtual hosting 23
Zimbra Collaboration Server, uninstall 56
Zimbra packages 7
Zimbra proxy components 21
zimbra-archiving, install 50
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zimbra-proxy, install 46
zmcontrol status 54
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