Since March 2014, the kolab server is a debian machine. Trying out CentOS was interesting, but now that the debian packages are good, I went back to debian, which I know better.
Kolab 3.3 on Debian bugs
- Apache segfault: workaround
Syncing: ActiveSync and DAV
I found that ActiveSync did not work very reliably for me. So I switched to using DAV with DAVDroid on Android. It’s less buggy.
For me right now the main problem is that I can’t sync with Emacs’ org-caldav.
To connect with Nautilus, you need to connect to
Postfix and SMTP
For Kolab 3.3 first install attempt, I did not select a configuration for postfix, and during setup-kolab, I entered the FQDN instead of the primary domain name. I ended up with a weird SMTP error 454.
So I retried, this time selecting postfix’s default configuration (something like “Internet site”) and using the primary domain (the default option) instead of the FQDN during the setup-kolab.