Are you familiar with pg. 29-31 of the documentation?
As I see it, either install a standalone Samba server for user
management only (or user management and SMB sharing between clients) or
something like PostgreSQL and follow the suggestions starting on pg. 29
Just because Samba is suggested does not mean you have to install it was
a domain server.
On 11/22/2014 10:47 AM, Kai-Uwe Rommel wrote:
users-requ...@sogo.nu wrote on 22.11.2014 14:38:04:
> > On 22/11/2014 08:26, Kai-Uwe Rommel wrote:
> > Can I install SOGo now on my server as described above, without
> > I would like to avoid Samba and OpenLDAP because I will never
> > a handful (or two) of user accounts on this server, even if I add
a few more
> > relatives and friends to it.
> If you don't want to use LDAP for authentication, you can use SQL.
> But right now, you have to use one of the two.
Thanks ... but I don't understand this yet. Sorry for being a complete
and asking so dumb questions:
What do you mean with "using SQL for authentication"? A SQL database
for storing data and you need to authenticate in order to _access_ a
SQL database ...
I understand that SOGo needs a SQL database for storing calendar
address book content ...
I have read the SOGo manual but it explains almost nothing. No
the architecture, how all those moving parts fit together ... nothing.
Is there hope for someone like me to find a way to understand how SOGo
and how I can use it? I should say that I am (in my job) a IBM Domino
for 20 years and an expert for many other products, too. But I really
problem getting a grip on products like SOGo when there is almost no
and only a group of some experts (those who wrote it ...) who only
some chinese dialect :-) about their product. I just don't have the time
to spend many hours analyzing the source code in order to understand how
it works ... I hope you understand what I mean. I am eager to learn
new and look beyond what I do in my job but I must be able to understand
a product from an admin's point of view within a (very) few hours.
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