First of all, check this out. Use the username ‘admin’ and the password ‘zcsadmin’. When you’re done there, come back here, and pick up where you left off.
It’s pretty sweet right? Calendar functions, ajaxy goodness, tagging,
searching, etc. Pretty much all you could want from a web email client,
right? Right. So I figured I’d download and install it. The first thing that
worried me was that it wasn’t in the repositories of Ubuntu software,
so it wasn’t just a
sudo aptitude install zimbra away. So I
downloaded it to
/usr/src, unpacked it, found the install script
install.sh), and began the magic (
cd /usr/src/zsc; sudo ./install
Aside from the fact that my CPU overheated about 20 times while downloading the Zimbra Suite (apparently it needed thermal grease and a heat sink realignment), all went well until the install script got to resolving my MX records, hostname, /etc/hosts file, etc. Apparently figuring these out is a bloody pain in the ass (forgive the imagery, I mean it in the British sense) . So for the past few days I’ve been struggling with getting this figured out, and the point of this post is, if you’ve been sending emails to any @michaeljaylissner.com address, I’m ashamed to say, they’re not going through. But you probably have realized this, because they’re bouncing back to you. Well, now you know why.
Give me a couple more days, I’m working on it. In the mean time, the contact link does work.
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