Tom Reijnders | 19 Apr 21:21 2014
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Fresh install of OpenSuSE 13.1 + Kolab

L.S.,

The instructions for installing Kolab on OpenSuSE 13.1 as described in 
the installation guide don't seem to work.

1. The first issue is, that zypper in kolab complains it can't fullfill 
the requirement mysql-server, if I continue, a lot seems to install just 
fine.

2. Then, running setup-kolab fails with the following errors:

Setup is now going to set up the 389 Directory Server. This may take a 
little
while (during which period there is no output and no progress indication).

An error was detected in the setup procedure for 389 Directory Server. 
This setup
will write out stderr and stdout to /var/log/kolab/setup.error.log and
/var/log/kolab/setup.out.log respectively, before it exits.

The file /var/log/kolab/setup.error.log conatins the following:

Can't locate NetAddr/IP/Util.pm in  <at> INC (you may need to install the 
NetAddr::IP::Util module) ( <at> INC contains: /usr/lib64/dirsrv/perl 
/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.18.1/x86_64-linux-thread-multi 
/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.18.1 
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.18.1/x86_64-linux-thread-multi 
/usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.18.1 
/usr/lib/perl5/5.18.1/x86_64-linux-thread-multi /usr/lib/perl5/5.18.1 
/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl .) at /usr/lib64/dirsrv/perl/DSUtil.pm line 75.
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widder | 19 Apr 19:25 2014
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Dovecot 2.2.12

Hi,

I tried to install Dovecot 2.2.12 (stable) following this blog entry http://kolab.org/blog/grote/2013/03/19/using-kolab-dovecot-imap-server
Since the newest Dovecot 2.2 includes metadata support the patch was not needed.
In Roundcube it was possible to save calendar entries and also contact entires but adding a Task did not work.

I think my problem is Roundcube uses the primary mail address to login to Dovecot but I have not yet found out
how to look up the primary Mail Address via LDAP. Roundcube tries to login in Dovecot with doe <at> example.org
so I had to configure Dovecot to ignore  <at> example.org then it is equal to my UID.

My dovecot-ldap.conf.ext

hosts = localhost
dn = uid=kolab-service,ou=Special Users,dc=example,dc=org
dnpass = "password_from_kolab-service" 
auth_bind = yes
auth_bind_userdn = uid=%u,ou=People,dc=example,dc=org
base = dc=example,dc=org
scope = subtree
user_attrs = mail=user,userPassword=password
user_filter = (|(&(|(uid=cyrus-admin)(uid=cyrus-murder))(uid=%u))(&(|(uid=%u)(mail=%n <at> %d)(mail=%n <at> %r))(objectclass=kolabinetorgperson)))
pass_attrs = mail=user,userPassword=password
pass_filter = (|(&(|(uid=cyrus-admin)(uid=cyrus-murder))(uid=%u))(&(|(uid=%u)(mail=%n <at> %d)(mail=%n <at> %r))(objectclass=kolabinetorgperson)))
default_pass_scheme = SSHA

My dovecot.conf

auth_username_format = %Ln 
imap_metadata = yes
mail_attribute_dict = file:/var/vmail/%d/%n/dovecot-metadata
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Rod Sherwin | 18 Apr 04:57 2014

Timezone mismatch between Kontact and MyKolab.com

I've been using the mykolab.com web interface and decided to experiment 
with the Kontact PIM for desktop use (on Windows 7 64-bit). The 
configuration and setup was simple but I get the following error message 
when trying to sync my calendar:

     An error occurred while reading/writing a 
Kolab-Groupware-Object(akonadi id 11,487):
     timezone not found Australia/Melbourne
     timezone not found Australia/Melbourne
     Failed to parse calendar!

Also, after clicking through a few more of the above type errors, I also 
found this one:

     An error occurred while reading/writing a 
Kolab-Groupware-Object(akonadi id 9, 581):
     k:\build\win32libs\libkolabxml-0.8.2\src\xcalconversions.h 1938: 
Failed to parse calendar

What's curious about the second error message is that I don't even have 
a k: drive on my computer.

I checked my mykolab.com settings and yes I have the timezone set to 
(GMT +11:00) Australia/Melbourne. In Kontact, I have the calendar set to 
System (Australia) and the Regional Setting to Victoria (a state of 
Australia where Melbourne is located). I also tried setting it to 
Canberra which is the same timezone.

Not sure if this is a Kontact problem or a Mykolab.com problem so I 
thought I would start here. Unless I can correct this, Kontact is pretty 
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Hügel, Christian | 17 Apr 09:45 2014
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sieveshell unable to connect

I'm experiencing some problems with sieveshell:

sieveshell --user=test <at> example.com --authname=test <at> example.com localhost
connecting to localhost
unable to connect to server at /usr/bin/sieveshell line 190.

The sieve server is listening :

netstat -an | grep 4190
tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:4190                0.0.0.0:*
     LISTEN
tcp        0      0 :::4190                     :::*
     LISTEN

  telnet localhost 4190
Trying 127.0.0.1...
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
"IMPLEMENTATION" "Cyrus timsieved git2.5+0-Kolab-2.5-2.6.el6.kolab_3.2"
"SASL" ""
"SIEVE" "comparator-i;ascii-numeric fileinto reject vacation imapflags 
notify include envelope body relational regex subaddress copy"
"STARTTLS"
"UNAUTHENTICATE"
OK

Any hits are greatly appreciated. Thank you

Kind regards,

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Christoph Hartlmueller | 15 Apr 20:28 2014
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RE: Kolab 3.1 and ownCloud

Sorry, I guess I was not precise enough.

I want Kolab to use an owncloud server for storing files. So basically, when going to files in Roundcube, you would see your owncloud files there. And more interestingly, you can directly save and load email attachments (through Kolab) into/from owncloud. The only thing missing, is that Chwala (=the new file storage part of Kolab) so far can only store data on the IMAP server. However, with Chwala it should be "easy" to teach Kolab how to communicate with an owncloud/WebDav server.

 

Anybody has any updates about the WebDav driver for Chwala?

 


 

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To: Christoph Hartlmueller <christoph <at> hartlmueller.de>;
From: Jelle Langbroek <jml <at> ouderkz.nl>
Sent: Tue 15-04-2014 20:18
Subject: Re: Kolab 3.1 and ownCloud
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Well, I connect to webdav through https://mydomain.com/iRony/files of davs://...

That works out of the box :)

Or maybe you mean something else?


On 15-04-14 19:21, Christoph Hartlmueller wrote:
Hi,   I just finished setting up Kolab and owncloud. So the last piece to complete the puzzle is WebDav support for chwala. I haven't heard anything about it since Andrzej post. Is there any news?   Thanks a lot, Christoph  

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Christoph Hartlmueller | 15 Apr 19:21 2014
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Re: Kolab 3.1 and ownCloud

Hi,

 

I just finished setting up Kolab and owncloud. So the last piece to complete the puzzle is WebDav support for chwala. I haven't heard anything about it since Andrzej post. Is there any news?

 

Thanks a lot, Christoph

 

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Rod Sherwin | 14 Apr 09:24 2014

Timezone mismatch between Kontact and MyKolab.com

I've been using the mykolab.com web interface and decided to experiment with the Kontact PIM for desktop use (on Windows 7 64-bit). The configuration and setup was simple but I get the following error message when trying to sync my calendar:

An error occurred while reading/writing a Kolab-Groupware-Object(akonadi id 11,487):
timezone not found Australia/Melbourne
timezone not found Australia/Melbourne
Failed to parse calendar!



Also, after clicking through a few more of the above type errors, I also found this one:

An error occurred while reading/writing a Kolab-Groupware-Object(akonadi id 9, 581):
k:\build\win32libs\libkolabxml-0.8.2\src\xcalconversions.h 1938: Failed to parse calendar



What's curious about the second error message is that I don't even have a k: drive on my computer.

I check my mykolab.com settings and yes I have the timezone set to (GMT +11:00) Australia/Melbourne. In Kontact, I have the calendar set to System (Australia) and the Regional Setting to Victoria (a state of Australia). I also tried setting it to Canberra which is the same timezone.

Not sure if this is a Kontact problem or a Mykolab.com problem so I thought I would start here. Unless I can correct this, Kontact is pretty much useless for me as a PIM.

How can I get Kontact to recognise the timezone reported from the mykolab server?       

 

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Penguin Power | 13 Apr 21:56 2014
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Kolab 3.2: I can not send/receive any e-mails

Hi,

It would be great if any of you can help me to fix this problem.
I could successfully install kolab 3.2 on centos 6.
Address book, calender works great and even Activesync was just awesome 
with my android devices. However, it is strange that I can not send or 
receive any e-mail....
Since kolab is working with postfix and cyrus imap.. I don't know where 
to start.
I tested postfix using telnet and it could send e-mail w/o any error 
message but the recipient could not able to receive the e-mail.
I don't know where the mail box located. It seems kolab is not storing 
e-mail in POSIX home directory.
cyrus imap seemed broken. I don't know where to start.
Thank you for your precious time.
P.S. I have read all the document on kolab.org website. and I am stuck...
Thinker Rix | 13 Apr 14:03 2014
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Heartbleed

Hi everyone,

Are there any realizations yet about if and to which extend Kolab and 
Kontact are affected by heartbleed and which counter measures are to be 
undertaken?

Best regards
Thinker Rix

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John McMonagle | 11 Apr 22:04 2014

kolab 3.2 with openldap?

Currently running kolab 2.3 and trying to do a test installation to learn kolab 3.2.

Currently have lots of openldap slapd servers and would rather not change.
For my test am doing install with debian wheezy and I installed slapd first and then kolab.
I then ran  "setup-kolab --with-openldap"

slapd is not being initialized by setup-kolab.
Am I doing something wrong or is openldap not really supported?

Prefer debian but want it to be reliable. Am I better off running centos?

Thanks for any assistance.

John
Peter Bjerg Olesen | 11 Apr 09:40 2014
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SMTP/Rouncube problem

I did the setup of Kolab without any issue on Debian stable (7.4), but I am unable to send mails from Roundcube.
I get the error: SMTP Error (454): Authentication failed.
I haven't been able to locate the specific problem and I haven't been able to find a solution online.
Can somebody please advise me on problem solving?

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Peter Olesen

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