Kolab Now Really Beta (DevOps Edition)

This week, I accidentally made Kolab Now Beta really beta — though pre-alpha more than beta, strictly speaking — completely intentionally; Oops, I #devops'ed https://t.co/zp9ncO0w1k — Kolab Operations (@kolabops) September 5, 2017 I can now proudly announce it runs off of otherwise public GIT source repositories directly, and the developers working on the projects involved… Continue reading Kolab Now Really Beta (DevOps Edition)

The 3rd Pillar to Save Your Ass

A controversial topic, to say the least, is what happens when you double-click a message in a Roundcube messages listing, while also having enabled the preview pane. Two things to consider: A regular way to use Roundcube is with a preview pane, A regular way to give reading a message more vertical real estate is… Continue reading The 3rd Pillar to Save Your Ass

Kolab Now: Another Round of Updates

This weekend has seen a variety of systems being issued either of, or combination of, the following commands; yum -y update yum –enablerepo=kolab-16-updates-testing -y update puppet agent -t –no-noop reboot rm -f /dev/null; mknod -m 666 /dev/null c 1 3 I don’t expect everyone to know and understand what these pieces mean, so I’ll divide… Continue reading Kolab Now: Another Round of Updates

Upgrade of Kolab Now to Kolab 16

This weekend, from Sunday 00:00 UTC to Sunday 04:00 UTC, users and customers of Kolab Now may experience intermittent availability of various services. While our data center’s network provider will perform standard network maintenance, so will our staff upgrade our software and databases, and reconfigure infrastructure to get you to the next generation of collaboration… Continue reading Upgrade of Kolab Now to Kolab 16

Kolab Now MX Migration Sorted

When I switched over mail infrastructure earlier this week, I might have been under a few mistaken impressions — in hindsight, one might qualify at least some of them as embarrassing. Firstly, MX records never work the way you suspect — in part because you expect them to work as specified. Forget that. In a… Continue reading Kolab Now MX Migration Sorted

Heads-up on NSS 3.27, Guam

Many distributions, among which Fedora in 23 & 24, and Arch Linux, have recently shipped NSS 3.27, sometimes packaged as 3.27.0, or even 3.27.1. This release may just have triggered some confusion about disabling, enabling, and defaulting to or not, the NSS implementation of TLS version 1.3 (currently in draft). Fun! We’ve received reports from… Continue reading Heads-up on NSS 3.27, Guam

Apple on Guam: The Dots on The i

I’ve said before we had gotten reports from people that voluntarily participate in the Kolab Now Beta Programme, that the iPhone iOS and Mac OS X Mail.app were not really happy using IMAP over implicit SSL (you know, the one on port 993). Here’s a summary of the things that have happened thus far; Supply… Continue reading Apple on Guam: The Dots on The i