Nick, I performed all of the steps you identified above to comply with the CVE. The Kopano system successfully upgraded to 22.214.171.124. That said, "yum info zarafa-z-push" reports 2.2.13 and not 2.3.9.
What did I do wrong?
Nick, thank you for your reply. I was a little concerned after I installed and activated Kopano. My question is based on my past experience with COS 5.2 and Zarafa. I had other clients who used that solution to provide Exchange-like services to a handful of staff while still providing full IMAP/SMTP services to everyone else. The licensed features of Zarafa were simply assigned to the proper user.
I wish there was a straight forward way to effect the same type of solution with Kopano on COS 7.5.
I have a client that has a handful of senior people and outside sales people who would seriously benefit from Kopano's features. There are an additional group of people in the office who need email, but, not the complete Kopano feature set. They would be well served by using a IMAP account client as they always have plus web access via roundcube etc.
Is it possible to have email support across the entire company with some folks accessing via Kopano using all those features, and, a second set of people using the standard IMAP features?
I need to build a client Clearos 7.3 on an existing Dell 2850 with 4 SCSI drives connected to a PERC 4/e RAID controller. By habit, I used the Dell RAID utilities to configure a Raid 5 array and initialized it before booting the clearos DVD for installation. The install runs ok up to the point of choosing the target local drives. None are found.
By way of experimenting, I booted the same machine with clearos 5.2 and the installation found the drives and installed correctly.
I suspect that I need to change the boot options on 7.3 to find the Dell array. Any suggestions?