By default, Kolab ships with a configuration that lets Cyrus IMAP use LDAP roles as permission groups for IMAP folders. This article describes the configuration necessary to change a default Kolab deployment to use distribution groups instead of LDAP roles.
This article outlines the use of the Plesk Premium Mail extension‘s subscription management functionality, for Plesk installations large and small of all editions.
John Doe administers a Kolab Enterprise installation, but the complete environment for what we’ll call “example.com” involves server systems hosted by third parties — such as a web server for the corporate website, and maybe other application servers. This article outlines the possible solutions to one or more of these environments being restricted somehow.
Memcache is a protocol to access a simple key-value store, that is memory-backed, over a network socket. The memcached server does not perform any form of access control and is optimal for certain caches used in the Kolab web client (and associated HTTP-based access interfaces), by avoiding superfluous login, access control, and other such software […]
We’re pleased to announce an update for the roundcubemail packages, version 1.4.9. This update is accumulated of version 1.4.6, 1.4.7, 1.4.8 and 1.4.9. It is a bugfix and enhancement release for Kolab 16, available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, CentOS 7, Debian 8, Debian 9, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04 and for Plesk Premium Email […]
Running a collaboration suite such as Plesk Premium Email does not end with installing the Plesk Premium Email extension. This article outlines some tips to provide customers with additional value.