The mail/grommunio/gromox port

gromox-core-2.28 – groupware server backend with RPC, IMAP, POP3 support (cvsweb github mirror)


Gromox is the central groupware server component of grommunio. It is capable 
of serving as a replacement for Microsoft Exchange and compatibles. 
Connectivity options include RPC/HTTP (Outlook Anywhere), MAPI/HTTP, IMAP, 
POP3, an SMTP-speaking LDA, and a PHP module with a MAPI function subset. 
Components can scale-out over multiple hosts.
WWW: https://grommunio.com/


| Running ${PKGSTEM} on OpenBSD

*** Upgrading users: refer to the grommunio documentation on the web to check
*** if any particular step is required after upgrading to a new version.

Kopano -> Grommunio migration

See https://docs.grommunio.com/migration/

Post-install/update instructions for Gromox

Before starting gromox for the first time
Create a database for grommunio and grant permissions for a user.
    # mysql
    MariaDB [(none)]> CREATE DATABSE grommunio;
    MariaDB [(none)]> GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON grommunio.* TO 'grommunio'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
    MariaDB [(none)]> FLUSH PRIVILEGES;

Configure SQL connection settings in /etc/gromox/mysql_adaptor.cfg.

Create the database schema.
    # gromox-dbop -C

Starting gromox services
Gromox consist of several services that can be enabled and started with a 'meta' rc.d script.
    # rcctl enable gromox
    # rcctl start gromox

After gromox was started for the first time
Install the grommunio-admin package to be able to manage the grommunio installation.
    # pkg_add grommunio-admin

Configure grommunio-admin's database settings by editing /etc/grommunio-admin-api/conf.d/database.yaml.
Setting up the password for the admin user.
    # grommunio-admin passwd

Create a domain to be handled by grommunio (-u is mandatory and sets the maximum number of users).
    # grommunio-admin domain create -u 999 example.com

Create a user to be handled by grommunio
    # grommunio-admin user create --lang en_US joe@example.com

Set the password for the user.
    # grommunio-admin passwd robert@nerd.hu

Mail delivery agent configuration

By default grommunio will handle SMTP connections on port 24 so a forwarding for
specific domains have to be configured by your SMTP server.

See the following URL for other MTA integration:

Documentation and help

Some documentation is also available at:


Robert Nagy


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