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How To Setup SNI In Zimbra OSE?


Arman Khosravi
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In this article, you will learn about the SNI setup in Zimbra. It would be important for you to set up Zimbra SNI as you can serve your users not being worried about the number of limited IPv4 addresses per domain. So let’s take a look at how you can set up SNI for your…

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Tamas Sarosi
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Hi Arman,
is it possible to sync this Address Book to mobile devices (iOS/Android) also? If it is possible, where do I find the necessary steps or documentation?

Thank you,
Tamas


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Arman Khosravi
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Hi Tamas, (if I understood your question correctly) since the address book will be available to external clients such as Outlook, as long as users have access to Zimbra Global Address List in their Outlook it should be possible for them to see it also on their mobile devices through Outlook app.


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Hi Tamas, you can find information about Address Book synchronization to mobile devices by reading these articles:

 


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Hi, I came from Japan. I apologize for my poor English.

I have one domain(I say example.com), and I uses zimbra with no trouble.
But I need another domain and purchased(I say example,jp). I want to use these two domain respectively.
Should I treat them in the same line?
In short, example.com and example.jp, Is there no distinction?
which is default?which is virtual domain?

My zcs-server(single installation)'s IP address=192.168.1.40(actual IP address, not virtual IP) and my router has one static global IP address.
Port forwarding Global IP to 192.168.1.40 with some port numbers which ZCS requires.
and I can resolve mail.example.com and mail.example.jp as 192.168.1.40 by DNS A record.

My operation was below.

1) zmprov md example.com zimbraVirtualHostName mail.example.com zimbraVirtualIPAddress 192.168.1.40
2)Certificate Preparation for example.com
3)Certificates Verification for example.com
4)Certificate Implementation for example.com
5)zmprov ms `zmhostname` zimbraReverseProxyGenConfigPerVirtualHostname TRUE
zmprov mcf zimbraReverseProxyGenConfigPerVirtualHostname TRUE
6)zmproxyctl restart

and next,

7) zmprov md example.jp zimbraVirtualHostName mail.example.jp zimbraVirtualIPAddress 192.168.1.40
8) certificate Preparation,Verification,Implementation for example.jp

That's all.

Is this correct?
I am just wondering that example.com is treated as virtual one though example.com is real domain.
(zmprov md example.com zimbraVirtualHostName mail.example.com zimbraVirtualIPAddress 1.1.1.1)

Please teach me that operation was good or not.

Regards.


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