The mail/kopano/core port

kopano-core-10.0.4p0 – MS Exchange groupware suite replacement (source)

Description

Kopano Core provides the foundation for groupware messaging enabling clients
such as Kopano WebApp, Kopano DeskApp, mobile and sync clients. With its
modular architecture, Kopano Core enables the possibility for a variety of
setup scenarios, scalable from a very low-powered system to a multi-datacenter
setup providing messaging capabilities to tens of thousands of users.
WWW: https://kopano.io/

Readme

$OpenBSD: README-main,v 1.2 2018/09/04 12:53:16 espie Exp $

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

Zarafa -> Kopano migration upgrade
==================================

See https://documentation.kopano.io/kopano_migration_manual/zcp_migration.html
    https://kb.kopano.io/display/WIKI/Migration+Quick+Start-Guide+-+ZCP+to+Kopano+Core

With the installation of Kopano Core, the Kopano default configuration
directory /etc/kopano is created.

There are now 2 approaches in adapting configuration to Kopano:

a) making a diff of the configuration files from /etc/zarafa to /etc/kopano,
   effectively migrating only the wanted configuration directives to Kopano
b) removing the per-default installed configuration files from Kopano,
   copying the existing Zarafa configuration files and making smaller changes
   to it

The database and attachments are drop-in-replacement safe,
meaning that the database can be used in its existing format. 

Post-install/update instructions for Kopano
===========================================

By default the server is configured to accept SOAP connections on port
236. If you wish to connect Outlook clients on port 80, please setup
your web server to proxy HTTP requests with URI=/kopano to
http://localhost:236.

It is advised to tune the MySQL installation according to:
    https://documentation.kopano.io/kopanocore_administrator_manual/performance_tuning.html
    https://kb.kopano.io/display/WIKI/Basic+MySQL+tuning
(especially for max_allowed_packet)

Before Starting kopano-server for the first time
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A MySQL datatabase access needs to be configured in
    ${SYSCONFDIR}/kopano/server.cfg

After kopano-server was started for the first time
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Creating the public store.
    # ${TRUEPREFIX}/sbin/kopano-admin -s

Adding an admin user -- see kopano-admin(1).
    # ${TRUEPREFIX}/sbin/kopano-admin -c zadmin -p secret \
        -e kopano.admin@domain.tld -f "John Doe" -a 2

Mail delivery agent configuration
=================================

See the following URL for other MTA integration:
    https://documentation.kopano.io/kopanocore_administrator_manual/configure_kc_components.html

Alternatively add the following .forward file under the user(s) home
directory that will use Kopano:
"|${TRUEPREFIX}/sbin/kopano-dagent "

You can automate this step by copying
    ${TRUEPREFIX}/share/examples/kopano/createuser.dotforward
to
    ${SYSCONFDIR}/kopano/userscripts/createuser.d/
The .forward will be automatically generated when a new user is added to
Kopano.

Kopano webaccess
================

Kopano Webaccess is obsolete and has been removed. Please
use kopano-webapp.

Documentation and help
======================

Each kopano-* command has its corresponding manpage.

Some documentation is also available at:
    https://documentation.kopano.io/kopanocore_administrator_manual/

Maintainer

Robert Nagy

Multi-packages

kopano-core-10.0.4p0 kopano-mapi-10.0.4

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