Re: [SOGo] Some Questions about SoGo

2012-10-01 Thread Alessio Fattorini

Il 29/09/2012 14:14, Sebastian Pfohl ha scritto:

I have read about SoGo fort he first time, as the 2.0 Release. At this time is 
use Zarafa. I have
some Questions about SoGo:

-Is there a limitation by users, like the Zarafa Community Edition? (there are 
5 Outlook Client
Users possible)


No limitation



-Can I connect via ActiveSync (This time I use Z-Push 2.0.3 with Zarafa)


https://github.com/xbgmsharp/sogosync



-Are all fields of a Calendar or Contact Item available? (in special, I mean 
full support of Contact
Pictures, eMail Adresses and so on)


yes



- What for Hardware do I need? Can I install this also on a system with ARM 
Processor?


First, you need an OS  :-) see here: 
http://www.sogo.nu/english/downloads/backend.html


-With Outlook 2010, is the eMail Threading View Supported?


Sorry, I don't know. Try SOGo 2.0
http://www.sogo.nu/english/downloads/zeg.html

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RE: [SOGo] Some Questions about SoGo

2012-10-01 Thread Sebastian Pfohl
Thx for your answers. My Zarafa Server runs under Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server (in a 
VMware Environment at this time). So this seems to be fine.
 
If i go to https://github.com/xbgmsharp/sogosync, i can see that this seems to 
be a Z-Push fork. Is this a own trunk, or can i use my current Z-Push 
Installation and only do some configuration in config.php to get it to work 
with SoGo?


Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Sebastian Pfohl
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 Date: Mon, 1 Oct 2012 09:35:22 +0200
 From: alessio.fattor...@nethesis.it
 To: users@sogo.nu
 Subject: Re: [SOGo] Some Questions about SoGo
 
 Il 29/09/2012 14:14, Sebastian Pfohl ha scritto:
  I have read about SoGo fort he first time, as the 2.0 Release. At this time 
  is use Zarafa. I have
  some Questions about SoGo:
 
  -Is there a limitation by users, like the Zarafa Community Edition? (there 
  are 5 Outlook Client
  Users possible)
 
 No limitation
 
 
  -Can I connect via ActiveSync (This time I use Z-Push 2.0.3 with Zarafa)
 
 https://github.com/xbgmsharp/sogosync
 
 
  -Are all fields of a Calendar or Contact Item available? (in special, I 
  mean full support of Contact
  Pictures, eMail Adresses and so on)
 
 yes
 
 
  - What for Hardware do I need? Can I install this also on a system with ARM 
  Processor?
 
 First, you need an OS :-) see here: 
 http://www.sogo.nu/english/downloads/backend.html
 
  -With Outlook 2010, is the eMail Threading View Supported?
 
 Sorry, I don't know. Try SOGo 2.0
 http://www.sogo.nu/english/downloads/zeg.html
 
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Re: [SOGo] Some Questions about SoGo

2012-10-01 Thread Lars Wessels

Am 29.09.12 14:14, schrieb Sebastian Pfohl:


- What for Hardware do I need? Can I install this also on a system 
with ARM Processor?


Yes, with a little effort it's possible to get SOGo running on ARM 
hardware. But of course this only makes sense for a rather limited 
number of users, especially if your users plan to use the web interface 
on a regular basis. For personal/family use I had 1.3.x installed on a 
QNAP 112 (Debian squeeze, 2.6.32-5-kirkwood, armv5tel) until this 
weekend and just upgraded to 2.0 (both compiled without openchange 
support). Compiling SOGo and SOPE libraries on armel takes some time, 
but if you're familiar with (re)building Debian packages (dpkg-source, 
dpkg-checkbuilddeps, dpkg-buildpackage) it is rather straight forward. 
If you need any help, let me know.


Regards,
Lars
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