Building Zarafa on Gentoo

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Currently the Zarafa ebuilds are not yet in portage but can be found in dagger's overlay. A bug report tracking it's inclusion is located at http://bugs.gentoo.org/239514.


Adding overlay

layman -a dagger

Unmasking

Currently packages are ~arch keyworded. If you're using stable branch, you need to add them to your keyword file

echo "www-apps/zarafa" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords
echo "www-apps/zarafa-webaccess" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords
echo "dev-cpp/libvmime" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords

Emerging the package

Now you should be able to emerge the package normally.

emerge -av zarafa

Installing the webmail - Required settings

Of course for this to work PHP and APACHE2 need to be installed. zarafa-webaccess ebuild will ensure you've got proper php modules.

Next, in /etc/php/apache2-php5/php.ini make sure

magic_quotes_gpc = Off

Install as usual. If you don't specify vhosts use flag, webapps will install it to /var/www/localhost/htdocs/zarafa-webaccess/ by default.

emerge -av zarafa-webaccess

Note: Please restart Apache server after installation.

Installing the licensed server

Note: Soon ebuild for zarafa-licenced will be added as well. Right now, please follow instruction below:

If you want to use Zarafa with more than 3 Outlook servers, you'll have to purchase a license. This license requires a license server. The license server is not included in the open source package. So this means you'll have to fetch it from a binary package. So fetch the SuSe 10.2 package from Zarafa website. The licensed binary from the SuSe 10.2 package is currently all that works on Gentoo because of the glibc version.

rpm2tar zarafa-licensed-6.40.1-*.rpm
tar -xvpf zarafa-licensed-6.40.1-*.tar

This creates two folders: etc and usr. The required files to move are:

rm -rf /etc/zarafa/report-ca
mv etc/zarafa/report-ca/ etc/zarafa/report etc/zarafa/license/ /etc/zarafa/
mv usr/bin/zarafa-* /usr/bin/
mv usr/share/man/man1/zarafa-* /usr/share/man/man1/
mv usr/share/man/man5/zarafa-licensed.cfg.5.gz /usr/share/man/man5/

That should do it...

Starting the services

rc-update add zarafa-licensed default (if you installed it)
rc-update add zarafa-server default
rc-update add zarafa-monitor default
rc-update add zarafa-gateway default
rc-update add zarafa-ical default
rc-update add zarafa-spooler default

Setup after install Please follow official Zarafa documentation. It explains in detail how to configure Zarafa.

Integration with MTAs Please follow excellent WIKI pages which provide information how to integrate with MTAs

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