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pam_mapi supports Zarafa 7.2

I am happy to announce that my pam_mapi supports Zarafa 7.2 starting with version 0.2.1. At the same time I am very sorry that this update did not happen before the final release but Zarafa unfortunately broke their own rules for compliance for integrations (mentioned on their old website) by sim...

Tags: pam, pam_mapi, fedora, redhat, epel, zarafa

1802 days ago

Zarafa Collaboration Platform vs. SSLv3/POODLE vulnerability

The press already wrote about it: Bodo Möller, Thai Duong and Krzysztof Kotowicz from the Google Security Team discovered a design vulnerability in SSLv3 also known as "POODLE". I would like to try to answer some questions that popped up today regarding Zarafa and POODLE. Important: Even th...

Tags: zarafa, fedora, epel, redhat, sslv3, poodle, vulnerability

1959 days ago

pam_mapi supports Zarafa's feature management

About 2.5 years ago I presented the first public version of pam_mapi. If you don't know pam_mapi, please have a look to my project. Today I am happy to announce pam_mapi 0.2.0 - which is supporting Zarafa's feature management. What does this mean? Since Zarafa 7.0.0 some features can be enabled ...

Tags: pam, pam_mapi, fedora, redhat, epel, zarafa

2065 days ago

Z-Push 2.0.5 has been built at RPM Fusion

Hello everybody, Z-Push 2.0.5 has been built at RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide, 18, 17, 16 as well as for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 5 - and should be pushed to the testing updates repository within the next days at latest. Important: This is a major update, where manual work is involved. Th...

Tags: fedora, redhat, epel, rpmfusion, z-push

2664 days ago

Zarafa 7.0.8 at Fedora also available for ARM, PowerPC and zSeries

I'm happy to announce that we are now building Zarafa 7.0.8 on all active secondary architectures of Fedora - aside of the regular primary ones - successfully, too:   ARM v5/v7 (both 32 bit) ARM (Advanced RISC Machine) is a reduced instruction set computer (RISC) instruction set archite...

Tags: fedora, redhat, epel, arm, armv5tel, armv7hl, powerpc, ppc, powerpc64, ppc64, s390, s390x

2800 days ago

Z-Push 1.5.6 has been built at RPM Fusion

Hello everybody, Z-Push 1.5.6 has been built at RPM Fusion for Fedora Rawhide, 16, 15 as well as for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 and 5 - and should be pushed to the testing updates repository within the next days at latest. Here is the full list of changes in Z-Push 1.5.6 [954]:   Changelo...

Tags: fedora, redhat, epel, rpmfusion, z-push

2997 days ago

pam_mapi

pam_mapi is a module for PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules). PAM is a library that provides an interface for authentication services for Linux/Unix systems and therefore allows to connect various system services with one central authentication database. Administrators can ensure for example, ...

Tags: pam, pam_mapi, fedora, redhat, epel, kopano, zarafa

1184 days ago

Support for PHP 5.3 in RHEL 5 via new php53-mapi RPM package

Red Hat introduced with with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.6 a new PHP version for users, which whish to migrate to a more current PHP release. This new version was packaged as "php53" and replaces the regular "php" (PHP 5.1.x) if the user chooses to migrate. Unfortunately, PHP 5.1 and PHP 5.3 are ...

Tags: fedora, redhat, epel, zarafa

3134 days ago

Fedora featuring Zarafa

This talk explains the foundations of Fedora and how they match with Zarafa. And as the difference to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) is often not really clear, that is explained as well. Of course it mentions how Fedora contributes to Zarafa in various different ways and also tells what happened...

Tags: zarafa, fedora, epel, red hat, z-push

3156 days ago

Zarafa in Fedora

Why is Zarafa in Fedora? Why does Fedora use a different packaging for Zarafa then Zarafa itself? Which technical & legal challenges and issues existed before Zarafa was included into Fedora? This presentations answers the raised questions and provides further interesting information and fact...

Tags: zarafa, fedora, epel, red hat, z-push

3156 days ago