A Plesk installation normally uses Dovecot, Postfix, SpamAssassin and Roundcube to provide your users with a complete mail stack. Regular tests shipped with SpamAssassin of course detect spam, and can mark it as such or even move the spam out of the user’s INBOX. But what happens with the spam that goes undetected? What happens […]
Changing the Kolab Service account password can be cumbersome business, since most services are configured to use the account to bind to LDAP and be able to read the entries. Examples of such services include Postfix, the Kolab SASL Authentication Daemon, the Kolab Synchronization Daemon, Cyrus IMAP, Roundcube, Chwala, Wallace, iRony, the Kolab Web Administration […]
This article describes the installation procedure for Kolab 16 on Debian 9 (Stretch).
Collaborative editing, using Collabora Online, is an additional function that can be added to the out of the box Kolab 16 installation. This article outlines how to install Collabora Online to a Kolab 16 installation on CentOS 7 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
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 describes the installation procedure for Kolab 16 on Plesk 17 (Onyx).
This article outlines the use of the Plesk Premium Mail extension‘s subscription management functionality, for Plesk installations large and small of all editions.
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 […]
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.
A catch-all email address is an address that is used as a fall-back for when no other recipients are available. Ergo, it is the email address that receives all email for a domain that isn’t already delivered to other users or groups or shared folders. A default Kolab environment is not configured to facilitate catch-all […]