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Re: [SOGo] SOGo Impossible Installation

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  • From: "Juan Pablo Lorier" ( ) < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] SOGo Impossible Installation
  • Date: Tue, 5 Apr 2016 07:38:02 -0300
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I’ve been where you stand, I tried to install SOGo for the first time back at
2.7 version. There the documentation was even worse and there were cross
dependencies like “if you don’t use samba4 you can’t connect outlook via
openchange”, now I don’t see that kind of limitation so I’m trying on Centos
7 with FreeIPA as Auth, you may use either openldap or freeipa and get rid of
the samba dependency (don’t know if you need it for openchange).
I’ll open another thread for my install as SOGo si not starting wither
logging anything even in debug mode… so yes installation is a mess and I’d
think that maybe it’s intended so you may buy support. It’s not the first
project to do that kind of things.
You may also use iRedMail to setup, but in my case, I don’t want to use
another software with a different stack just to install SOGo.

> El 5 abr. 2016, a las 1:01 a.m.,
> < >
> escribió:
> I have literally spent days with this. I have been trying to install SOGo on
> CentOS 7 with OpenChange 2.3 and Samba 4.
> I found out that with EnterpriseSamba you can get v4.2 or older (I believe)
> as
> a free download and install and they provide you the key. So I finally made
> it
> through an installation that has samba-tool and got it set up.
> Next problem is to get OpenChange 2.3 installed but it only works with Samba
> 4.1.18 and the SerNet guys have 4.1.23 on their site not 4.1.18 (arrrgggh).
> So
> I can't get Samba4 installed on CentOS 7. Would I be accurate in saying SOGo
> isn't supported on CentOS 7?
> Now I know this isn't a direct SOGo question but it does relate I think.
> Has anyone got this setup I'm describing going? I would like to have CentOS
> 7,
> Samba 4 and OpenChange 2.3 working with SOGo 3.0.2.
> If what I ask is an impossible dream, then what has to give? What should I
> step down in versions? I don't really need an AD environment. Or do I? I
> really just want SOGo so I'm not sure I even need AD. Nothing about
> requiring
> an AD environment in any documentation or maybe I've missed it.
> I've got to say. SOGo really kicks azz when you look at what it can do. But
> the documentation needs real work.
> --

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