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zarafa (13) Versions 2.9.9

Installs/Configures zarafa

Berkshelf/Librarian
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Knife
cookbook 'zarafa', '= 2.9.9'
cookbook 'zarafa', '= 2.9.9', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install zarafa
knife cookbook site download zarafa
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Description

Source code

Here is the Source code repository,
please fork and contribute
http://github.com/computerlyrik/chef-zarafa

Motivation

Having a eMail Server with exchange (mail/contacts/calendar) Support automatically setup for you?
Working with mobile devices and want your 'own Server' for you or your business?
Here we go.

Supports

  • Automatic download and installation of zarafa
  • Automatic setup of z-sync (exchange plugin)
  • Using TLS for your connection encrytpion
  • Authenticating and delivering mail into zarafa mailboxes

Features

  • Syncing your Android/i/Windows Phone with ActiveSync
  • eMail Push
  • Receive and send eMail via imap
  • Have two rich Webinterfaces to login wherever, whenever you want

Requirements

Operating System and Hardware Reqirements

See the Zarafa documentation for Hardware req
The recipes itself currently support Debian 7.5

Cookbooks

Attributes

Some pre-settings have been made. Please see attributes ruby files for reference.

required

Example ```ruby

default['zarafa']['catchall_user'] = "mydeliverymail@mydomain.com" default['zarafa']['certificate_databag_id'] = 'mySecureDataBag' ```

optional

Example, expecting to run on myhostname.example.com ruby default['zarafa']['additional_domains'] = ['example.net', 'example.org']

Cookbooks

zarafa::default

Combines all cookbooks to setup a server

zarafa::apache2

Set up and configure Apache2 Webserver

zarafa::postfix

Make some basic configuration for the postfix Server.
Calls sub-recipies.

zarafa::postfix_virtual_users

Configure postfix to read Mailboxses from MySQL and deliver them via lmtp[1[1].
By default [2] server installation is configured to only deliver to unix system users.
[1] http://doc.zarafa.com/7.1/Administrator_Manual/en-US/html/_MTAIntegration.html#_configure_zcp_postfix_integration_with_the_db_plugin
[2] http://www.zarafa.com/wiki/index.php/Installing_Zarafa_from_packages

zarafa::postfix_catchall

Sets up an alias-DB for postfix to have the configured CatchAll user for the all domains we configured

zarafa::postfix_stmpd_sasl

By default, the postfix server takes all eMail via port 25. If the Server is directly connected to the internet you want to secure this connection only for logged-in users.
This recipe configures sasl to authenticate via the rimap protocol.
http://www.zarafa.com/wiki/index.php/SMTP-Auth_for_IMAP_users

zarafa::mysql

Set up the Database for zarafa

zarafa::zarafa-server

Installs the zarafa server exactly as described here:
http://www.zarafa.com/wiki/index.php/Installing_Zarafa_from_packages

zarafa::zarafa-gateway

Enables TLS on zarafa-gateway. This is used for port 145 (imap) TLS connections.

zarafa::z-push

Install and activate ActiveSync on Zarafa Server
For more see http://www.zarafa.com/content/mobility

Usage

  • set all attributes mentioned above
  • run zarafa::default
  • login to server and do bash sudo /usr/bin/zarafa-admin -c test -p password -e test@example.com -f "Zarafa Test"

Contact

see metadata.rb

TODO

  • fix vmail (mailbox transport or virtual boxes)

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