Hello Kai-Uwe
I am not very good at installing all these required packages so I used 
http://www.onlinedemo.hu/71-zeg-install-script which uses Debian 12 LTS.
Beware that there are 2 things missing in this script:
It stops in part 10 and then you do
a2enmod version
service apache2 restart
and restart the script and in part 14 you do
a2enmod authnz_ldap
service apache2 restart
and restart. It installs all the things you need to get a working SOGo.
Oh and one other thing:
You use an older version of Debian so you have to do
sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-trusty linux-image-generic-lts-trusty
You get a complete working version and it only takes about 1,5 hour.

Met vriendelijke groeten,

W. Krelekamp


Van: users-requ...@sogo.nu [mailto:users-requ...@sogo.nu] Namens Kai-Uwe Rommel
Verzonden: dinsdag 7 oktober 2014 7:29
Aan: users
Onderwerp: [SOGo] Recommended setup?


I want to set up a Sogo server for evaluation and/or personal use.
I have followed the mailing list for quite some time and read the
manual and FAQs, too.

What would you recommend as the base OS? I am free in my choice
and could use any of CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu or OpenSuSE. Probably
I would feel most familiar with OpenSuSE but would not expect me
to be helpless :-) with the other Linux variants - except CentOS 7.
But as far as I can see, I should probably stick with CentOS 6.5
in case I would select CentOS, right?

I would prefer graphical or at least menu driven help for setting
up the OS and the base services (SMTP, IMAP, OpenLDAP, Postgres).
OpenSuSE has a good tool (Yast) for that purpose. But the other
OS variants don't have such a powerful tool - or did I miss
something? Do you have arguments against OpenSuSE for Sogo?

For the base components ...
- Cyrus or Dovecot?
- Postfix or Sendmail?
Has one significant advantages over the one?

Actually, it would be great if I could simply use the ready to
use Sogo virtual appliance ... but the one available for download
is SO outdated ...

Thanks for your help!

Kai-Uwe Rommel

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