On my way to move from Zarafa to SOGo, I needed a way to migrate my e-mail between the two systems. Both provides IMAP capabilites and that’s the service I’m gonna use to move the data.
You can either copy/move the e-mail manually using your favorite IMAP client or automate the migration using imapsync.
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Quoting SOGo: Open Source Groupware homepage:
SOGo is groupware server with a focus on scalability and open standards. SOGo provides a rich AJAX-based Web interface and supports multiple native clients.
It is a set of access tools to your Mail, Calendar and Address book. It provides Webmail, a CalDAV and a CardDAV services. It also enables integration with native clients, like Mozilla Thunderbird, Microsoft Outlook and Apple Mail.
The difference with M$ Exchange is that it is Open Source software. The difference with Zafara or Zimbra is that it doesn’t come with its own backend ; it sits on top of some already running SMTP and IMAP servers.
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This article describes my way for implementing a Zarafa Groupware instance onto a Ubuntu Linux virtual machine.
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