It’s possible if they run on different ports, but it makes no sense. I turn server is usually located in front of the firewall/NATGateway - the webapp should be protected behind the firewall.
It’s also a good idea to use the port 443 tcp and udp for the turn server. The https port is often open in firewalls, even if the UDP ports for webrtc are closed.
I think I figured it out. In case it helps somebody:
It’s necessary to rename config.php.dist to config.php, and debug.php.dist to debug.php, both in the top level of the source directory. Renaming debug.php ensures that webapp is run in “source mode” where the source code is loaded directly from the source directory, with no build steps (and no ant/java packages) necessary.
I made a simple Docker image based on Debian which I can make available if there is any interest.
I cannot get Zarafa Send As working on one particular server. It appears to me that there is a delegate permission overwriting the Send As function, but I cannot see where it is configured.
I am trying to get richard to be able to send as accounts.
I am using LDAP for authentication, and I have added the correct zarafaSendAsPrvilege to accounts.
If I run:
zarafa-admin --list-sendas accounts
I get the following:
Send-as list (1) for user user2:
user1 Richard LastName
I can see the permission is set.
However there appears to be a delegate permission overwriting this.
If I log on to the mailbox of Richard I can manually type in email@example.com in the From field, and this message will be sent from Richard LastName on behalf of Accounts.
However, if I click on the drop-down arrow in the From field I get a message saying “No send as address configured”.
I have looked in Webapp settings for both Richard and Accounts and there are no delegate permissions set in Settings. (although Richard does have full control of the Accounts mailbox so he can view/delete items, etc).