All in all, this guide should be pretty straight forward if you follow it step by step. Doing so, will give you not only Zarafa, but also Webaccess, Webaccess Classic, Webaccess Mobile, Mobile Device syncing (Apple iPhone included!) as well as an iCal gateway for added data portability.
All that is left to say is: enjoy your new, cheap(er) and resource friendly Microsoft Exchange-compatible server!
- Webaccess can be found at: https://domain.com/webaccess/
- Webaccess Classic can be found at https://domain.com/webaccess/classic/
* note that Webaccess Classic is only available prior to Zarafa 6.20
- Webaccess Mobile can be found at https://domain.com/webaccess/mobile/
- iCal Gateway can be found at http://domain.com:8844/ical/#USER#/calendar/
- other services should just use
domain.comand have SSL support enabled
If you experience any problems along the way, feel free to sound off in the comments!
My thanks go out to Jeroen for introducing me to Zarafa in the first place and not giving up on Zarafa when it looked rather bleak and zaraxx from the Zarafa forums for additional thoughts on the Qmail integration.