I am currently looking at OpenXchange (OX App Suite) as alternative or extend my NextCloud to fullfil the groupware job (with missing of ActiveSync which is really a pain for me).
Does anyone of you have a history with both options?
ActiveSync is not nessesary for us, CalDAV and imap are working great. OX ist written in Java and Java sucks :) and the “webmailer” from nextcloud is lousy.
I will try to patch the 5 user licence from gromox/grommunio - it should be open source.
@externa1 Well, it seems ucs system need a bit time. Now I can see the contact. But unfortunately, there is no possibility to add contact groups.
At present I think the possibility in public folders would be the best in our school. But the greates problem: I don’t see the contact groups in Outlook. And especially our headmaster works with Outlook. We have a Kopano subscribstion and I installed Kopano extension for Outlook as well. But unfortunately I cannot see / add contact groups in public folder. Does anybody see a possibily to use contact groups in public folder in Outlook as well ?
@bforpc Sorry for the late reply: We are working on it since last year. Current status is that in most scenarios the update is working fine, but not in all kinds of deployment. Univention has to fix some dependencies in order to get this working, we are currently waiting for this, and afterwards we can test these chances again and hopefully release the new version.
AFAIK there is no fully automated way, email/calendar/contact migrations are always quite labor-intensive. But with a couple of VMs and a multi-monitor-setup you can do this in parallel from one PC… Quite doable.
And lookup postfix letsencrypt guides, there are so many out there… I suggest as a building block to start with initial self-signed certs, once you have smtps auth working proper, then move your way up with letsencrypt.
Valid SSL cert is an important part, especially for Outlook.
@ckruijntjens Thanks alot for your appreciation! And thanks alot for your offer as well, but accepting donations as a company is quite a hazzle regarding tax, balance sheets, no proper paperwork to provide information about where this came from, and where it goes to.
And yes, we will continue with the community edition.
add_header Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only “default-src ‘self’; font-src ‘self’; img-src ‘self’; script-src ‘self’ ; style-src ‘self’”;
and start the development tools of your browser.
in my Case i got 3 messages like this here:
so I modified my policy with these 3 sha256 hashes:
Of course first with the add_header Content-Security-Policy-Report-Only and after there were no reports I activated my policy.
Now the https://observatory.mozilla.org reports an A+
BUT I did not perform a login…so switch back to report only and perform a login - there you will get a few more hashes ;)