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At first, Kolab requires you to use a FQDN (fully qualified domain name), therefore adjust and append:
 
At first, Kolab requires you to use a FQDN (fully qualified domain name), therefore adjust and append:
{{hc|/etc/hosts|127.0.0.1 kolab.example.org kolab}}
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{{hc|/etc/hosts|192.168.1.101 kolab.example.org}}
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Write the same domain name into ''/etc/hostname''.
 
== OpenLDAP ==
 
== OpenLDAP ==
 
  sudo setup-kolab ldap
 
  sudo setup-kolab ldap

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Kolab is an unified communication and collaboration system, composed of a server-side daemon which offers storage and synchronization capabilities for contact, calendar, mail and file data. Clients can use several well defined formats like vCard, iCal, XML, IMAP and LDAP to communicate with the Kolab server.

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Basic installation

Kolab server is available in the AUR via the pykolabAUR package.

Example configuration

389-ds-baseAUR

At first, Kolab requires you to use a FQDN (fully qualified domain name), therefore adjust and append:

/etc/hosts
192.168.1.101	kolab.example.org

Write the same domain name into /etc/hostname.

OpenLDAP

sudo setup-kolab ldap

Dovecot IMAPD

Frontends

Roundcubemail Plugin

Besides the basic Roundcubemail installation and configuration, this roundcube-kolabAUR plugin package is needed for advanced groupware functionality.

Test and start the server

systemctl enable kolabd
systemctl start kolabd

See also