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Re: [SOGo] Ubuntu 12.04 lts server!

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  • From: Dominique < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] Ubuntu 12.04 lts server!
  • Date: Tue, 22 May 2012 13:23:17 +0200


I used both stable and nightlies in the past to get patched versions inbetween new stable releases, alternating the sources in the apt sources.list file. I never uninstalled one or the other before reinstalling the other one and it did not create problems. The config file are kept (as it is seen as an update) and did work properly for me.

I can not comment the openchange impact as I do not use it. Sorry no windows servers for me.


On 22/05/2012 12:44, Netwo Dist wrote:
Thank you for your replies boys. I have tried this nightly stuff before, it seems it superseeds the existing system packages and when you want to purge it all, it wants to remove loads and loads of standard services like apache etc.

If I remove my existing stable sogo and install that nightly one, will my config files be kept and will it just work?

Also, when is the stable to be released with openchange for 12.04? I cant wait for it really, I think it is absolutely amazing product.

Kind regards,

On Mon, May 21, 2012 at 1:30 PM, Dominique < <mailto: >> wrote:

Actually, there is a version for Ubuntu 12.04 lts available
through apt-get: See message from Jean Raby dated April27th, 2012
"Re: [SOGo] SOGo package for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS"

I've just put them online for the nightly builds:

To use them, add the following to sources.list:
deb precise precise

Then add our gpg pubkey:
sudo apt-key adv --keyserver
<> --recv-key 0x810273C4
sudo apt-get update

And install sogo:
apt-get install sogo "

But only for the nightly branch.


On 21/05/2012 13:45, Christian Mack wrote:

Hello NetwoDist

On 2012-05-19 13:26, NetwoDist wrote:

Is it possible to have openchange with sogo using normal
repository or not? --

As 2.0 is currently RC, you only can get it via mtn from the
When it gets stable you will get it via normal repository in
Debian/RedHat format.

Ubuntu 12.04 is currently not supported by SOGo/Inverse, but
there is
work in progress for it.

So at the moment you have to wait, or use the development branch.

Kind regards,
Christian Mack

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