I finally gave up trying to keep my hordeinstallation alive. It’s been alot of work installing and upgrading the package and every time I’ve failed to retain my data. I was recommended Zimbra by a friend. It turns out it’s a complete suite with mta, imap, spam- and virusscanner. This meant that I’d have to give up my carefully configured mail services. After bracing myself for a number of days, I got to it.

Pretty quickly I found an installation method that would enable me to keep my base system and apache installation on their wiki:  building Zimbra on Gentoo. It’s a bit outdated, but with some modifications it’s working fine. In case I see a request of interest for it here I could update it. Let me know. After adding postfix and changing port number for ssh and a couple of other tweaks it’s just the way I want it. Lovely.



Published

30 July 2008

Category

sysadm