Derek Harkness dharknes at
Sun Jun 11 21:21:44 CEST 2006

I've been reading a lot on kolab, done a couple of installs and  
really feel I'm missing something.

I'd like to use kolab as the groupware solution at a medium sized  
university (12,000+) users.  We already have a lot of infrastructure  
running on Linux such as LDAP, Kerberos, IMAP, SMTP, etc. etc.  But  
from all my testing it appears to be difficult if not impossible to  
get Kolab to play nicely with our existing setup.  It seem Kolab is  
designed around the idea of a single server or at least Kolab  
specific versions of the services on multiple servers doing  
everything.  We don't have the people or desire to replace existing  
infrastructure.  Am I way off base?  Is there some piece of  
information I'm missing.

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