March 5, 2015 by Mike
Dear community, partner and friends,
Today we are happy puppies because we can announce the immediate availability of ZCP 7.2 final! As with every major release, we introduce numerous enhancements and architecture changes. Benefits are to be found in enhanced stability, security and performance. This new release is the largest one in terms of changes since the major release of 7.0.
The highlights of ZCP 7.2
You might not have been able to test-drive the beta releases of ZCP, so here... Read full post
Dear Zarafa users,
I'm proud to anounce the availability of Zarafa Cluster Backup 1.4.0 which has been revamped in some ways.
Now it is also possible to use large LDAP-based directories with more than 1000 users in Active Directory (or any LDAP server with single-request sizelimits), the handling with logs has drastically been improved and it now is also possible to thread multiple cluster nodes (like for centralizing backups to one host from multiple nodes completely at the same time).... Read full post
this is just a short note on updated zarafa-cluster-backup. It has some new features and is from now on more "update-safe", which means the config-section has been split from the real script itself.
install.sh should help you use install it faster and easier. You can use it with every new release, as it does not simply overwrite your configuration from now on.
* 1.3.0 - major changes, added public folder backup
Added support for public folder... Read full post
If you somehow get the request of "Out-of-Office"-Mails _not_ to be sent to the outer world (just internally - yeah, I had to laugh too), then you can do it this way with postfix (please notice this should only be done on "outer systems" - like outbound mailrelay systems):
main.cf:header_checks = pcre:/etc/postfix/header_checks
/etc/postfix/header_checks:/^X-Zarafa-Vacation: autorespond/ DISCARD
With this, postfix will silently discard any Zarafa autoresponder Mails, so that no mail loops... Read full post
as promised on #zarafasc the split packages for Zarafa 7 are now available on the OBS. Just go ahead and try to use zarafa on the most recent versions of openSUSE (including Factory):
Installation Instructions for a fully featured ZCP (as root):
# zypper ar http:/