Submitted by Milosz Galazka on Sun, 2014-06-22 00:00
After a longer period of time I have decided to install Kolab and use it as personal information manager. Installation process went as expected up to the point where setup process tried to install Roundcube database and failed miserably.
Source of the problem
The problem can be easily identified by the error messages returned by the setup process.
Follow the example below to see MySQL errors at the very end.
Wouldn’t it be great if Kontact would allow you to select a set of folders you’re interested in, that setting would automatically be respected by all your devices and you’d still be able to control for each individual folder whether it should be visible and available offline?
This is the first service release to update the stable version 1.0. It contains some important bug fixes and improvements, mainly a fix for the unintentional redirect from the compose page in Google Chrome which started to happen after a recent Chrome update.
It’s considered stable and we recommend to update all productive installations of Roundcube with this version. Download it from roundcube.net/download, see the full changelog here.
Currently, there is one feature missing from the Kolab suite and that is the ability to send instant messages (IM) between authenticated Kolab users or even outside of the domain. This is where ejabbered comes in. The following is a summary of how you can integrate ejabberd into a Kolab system running on CentOS 6.5
Communication, collaboration and dissemination of ideas is an important part of learning and I happen to believe that learning to build systems that enhance communication leads to a better understanding of the whole communication process, especially in this age of all things connected, all the time. Kolab is a collection of a number of mature open source projects, which enables you to build a very powerful communication platform whilst maintaining full control of the system.