Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-11 Thread Michael
I can see z-push is supported?

Any how-to/documentation to use it with sogo?



On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 8:18 PM, mayak-cq ma...@australsat.com wrote:

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 On Mon, 2012-09-10 at 09:43 +0200, Marc Patermann wrote:

 Francis,


  nip

 On the other hand there could be another hint to the (third party)
 Z-Push back end to connect mobile devices via ActiveSync could be added.

 What do you think?

  hi all,

 i did this diagram a while back -- i'd love to see how samba4 fits in ...

 cheers

 m






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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-11 Thread Ludovic Marcotte

On 11/09/12 03:58, Michael wrote:

I can see z-push is supported?

No, Z-Push is not integrated in SOGo v2.


Any how-to/documentation to use it with sogo?
Have a look at https://github.com/xbgmsharp/sogosync - it includes 
documentation.


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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-10 Thread Marc Patermann

Francis,

Francis Lachapelle schrieb (07.09.2012 23:52 Uhr):


I've made a diagram of the components surrounding the Outlook compatibility layer of the 
upcoming 2.0 release. It's on the website and the Native Microsoft Outlook 
Configuration guide.

Hopefully it will help anyone to better understand the integration of Samba 4 
and OpenChange into the new Outlook compatibility feature.

http://www.sogo.nu/english/about/overview.html

Thank you!

I think the general overview should change a bit about Mobile Device.
While SOGo support CardDAV and CalDAV the iOS devices are supported out 
of the box. No Funambol involded here. So the overview diagram could be 
misinterpreted.
On the other hand there could be another hint to the (third party) 
Z-Push back end to connect mobile devices via ActiveSync could be added.


What do you think?


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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-08 Thread CF Studelec
Thank you Francis, this document is a must have.


Le 07/09/2012 23:52, Francis Lachapelle a écrit :
 Hi SOGo fellows

 I've made a diagram of the components surrounding the Outlook compatibility 
 layer of the upcoming 2.0 release. It's on the website and the Native 
 Microsoft Outlook Configuration guide.

 Hopefully it will help anyone to better understand the integration of Samba 4 
 and OpenChange into the new Outlook compatibility feature.

 http://www.sogo.nu/english/about/overview.html
 http://www.sogo.nu/files/docs/SOGo%20Native%20Microsoft%20Outlook%20Configuration.pdf

 Francis

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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-08 Thread Michael Gratton
On 09/09/12 00:05, CF Studelec wrote:
 Thank you Francis, this document is a must have.
 

Along these lines, is there documentation on the web site of what
improvements 2.0 has beyond 1.3 (aside from OpenChange/Outlook
integration)? I have looked, but not found anything.

I am about to commission a new machine running SOGo and need to decide
if the pain of deploying a RC candidate of 2.0 is going to be worth
while, or commit to continue using 1.3 on it for the next four years.

Thanks,
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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-08 Thread Jean Raby

On 12-09-08 11:32 AM, Michael Gratton wrote:

On 09/09/12 00:05, CF Studelec wrote:

Thank you Francis, this document is a must have.



Along these lines, is there documentation on the web site of what
improvements 2.0 has beyond 1.3 (aside from OpenChange/Outlook
integration)? I have looked, but not found anything.
There's a good reason for that, the only difference between 1.3.x and 
2.0 is the OpenChange backend ;-)



I am about to commission a new machine running SOGo and need to decide
if the pain of deploying a RC candidate of 2.0 is going to be worth
while, or commit to continue using 1.3 on it for the next four years.

If you don't need outlook compatibility, stick to 1.3 until 2.0 is 
released, then upgrade as usual without installing the openchange stuff.


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[SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-07 Thread Francis Lachapelle
Hi SOGo fellows

I've made a diagram of the components surrounding the Outlook compatibility 
layer of the upcoming 2.0 release. It's on the website and the Native 
Microsoft Outlook Configuration guide.

Hopefully it will help anyone to better understand the integration of Samba 4 
and OpenChange into the new Outlook compatibility feature.

http://www.sogo.nu/english/about/overview.html
http://www.sogo.nu/files/docs/SOGo%20Native%20Microsoft%20Outlook%20Configuration.pdf

Francis

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Re: [SOGo] SOGo v2 architecture

2012-09-07 Thread oooo1
It would be nch better if you send or post more detailed algo of IMAP folder
synchronization beetwen MS Outlook local post file (OST) , Openchange ldb
storage, SOGo PgSQL storage and IMAP folders.
And mechanism description of pushing of new Inbox messagimg.
Because sometimes sending / incoming messages goes not to Inbox, but to Drafts,
deleting from Outlook messages is not deleted from IMAP server.
And ot know wether is to know new e-mail at user' s mailbox or not user has to
press Synch button at Inbox each time instead Idle or polling or some other
pushing out mechanisms as with Exchange. 
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