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Re: [SLE] Anyone got Cyrus IMAP and/or PHPGroupware working on SuSE ?
  • From: "Geordon VanTassle" <gvantass@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 10:21:51 -0500
  • Message-id: <00f301c0cd9b$75196f40$0801a8c0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I installed PHPGroupware and had it working. Of course, I hand-rolled
Apache so that I could include FrontPage extensions. I hand-installed PHP4
so that I could tweak the configuration. If memory serves, I hand-rolled
MySQL as well.

PHPGroupware is decent, but still Alpha-stage, IMO. A number of things just
don't work quite as expected out of the package, but they were all minor for

It went pretty well. I just installed the IMAP server from the SuSE cd-set.
No problems there, other than ones that I can blame on myself.

What do you want to know?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Akers" <sean.akers@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, April 25, 2001 6:40 AM
Subject: [SLE] Anyone got Cyrus IMAP and/or PHPGroupware working on SuSE ?

I am trying to get some kind of open source groupware system running on my
SuSE 7.0 server. I would really like to have a Note/Domin style server
without the Notes/Domino bit and preferable with an HTTP interface which can
be used by both Linux and Windows boxes. I need it to have mail, calendar,
address book, notes, forums etc.

Having looked into this a bit, it looks as though a PHPGroupware/MySQL/Cyrus
IMAP setup is the best bet (unless someone else has any better ideas).

Has anyone struggled with this themselves and has any pointers/URLS or even
a nice RPM ?



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