This article describes the installation procedure for Kolab 16 on Debian 9 (Stretch).
Seafile is a GPL v3-licensed software designed to host files privately and securely on servers with access to the Web, in a fashion similar to some popular proprietary solutions. As of Kolab version 16, Chwala, the file storage component of Kolab, can use Seafile as a backend to store files. This document outlines the steps […]
Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM, or Mail Identified through Domain Keys) is a cryptographic technology using which domain owners publish the public keys of public-private key pairs used for signing email messages. This allows third parties to establish a degree of confidence about the message originating from designated and duly authorized infrastructure. In other words, […]
The administrative page for the Seafile Plesk extension in the Plesk Panel allows a domain owner to display the administrative credentials to their Seafile installation. This article outlines the settings that could and the settings that should not be changed, if those administrative credentials were to be used.
The purpose of this guide is, to describe the procedure of upgrading a Kolab Goupware installation from a default installed Kolab 3.4 (last “community version”) to Kolab 16. The guide is not taking into consideration any customized configuration. neither is it considering installations of Kolab 3.4 on CentOS 6, which is not supported for Kolab […]
In an otherwise unmodified Plesk installation, default service plans restrict a given mailbox to a default size of 100MB. With Plesk Premium Email, this maximum size should probably be increased to a more sensible volume of storage.
In an otherwise unmodified Plesk installation, default service plans restrict a subscription to a maximum of 100 mailboxes. With Plesk Premium Email, each such mailbox would incur licenses costs, and an individual subscription being allowed to create up to 100 mailboxes may cause the provider to no longer be in compliance with the Plesk Premium […]
The performance of Kolab Groupware web interfaces can be increased significantly by using the Alternative PHP Cache (APC user cache) and OPcache. This article outlines the installation and configuration of both caches.
After having installed kolab (following the appropriate install guide in this knowledge base) it needs to be configured. The script ‘setup-kolab’ is distributed with the out-of-the-box installation and is taking care of the basic configuration, but a successful configuration is depending on the environment that Kolab is installed into. Many aspects and variables will have […]
It is possible to connect to a kolab 16 server through the ActiveSync protocol. This makes it possible to use the Microsoft Outlook client in the most effective way towards Kolab. Kolab-syncroton, the kolab ActiveSync implementation, is installed together with the default installation.