GroupOffice for SME 7.x
GroupOffice is a free enterprise ready groupware software for your network. It enables you to manage e-mails, contacts, appointments, todos, projects, files and many more for your whole business.
GroupOffice is a groupware server. It comes with a native web-interface which allowes to access your data from any platform all over the planet. This contrib is based on the free available community version.
GroupOffice is international and supports 28 languages including rtl support.
For more information see http://www.group-office.com/.
With this RPM you can use GroupOffice on your SME 7.x (and above). You can install it as one single package in a very comfortable way. GroupOffice uses e-mail authentication which means that SME users can login to GroupOffice with their standard SME users and passwords.
You can download this package at smeserver-groupoffice . If you would like to save it directly on your SME Server, you should give this command at a linux-prompt
For installation just hit the following command
yum localinstall smeserver-groupoffice-2.18.1-7.noarch.rpm
After finishing the install process you can find groupoffice in the /opt/groupoffice directory.
Please note that this RPM cannot upgrade GroupOffice 2.16.x and 2.17.x
A backup is done by the RPM before updating. All Files and MySQL DataBase are saved in /opt/GO_RPM_BACKUP
You must move the backup to a safe directory.
For uninstall just hit the following command
yum remove smeserver-groupoffice
You can ignore the yum-comments signal event post-upgrade and signal-event reboot.
In the new release (2.18.1-x), if you want to completly remove GroupOffice from your server, you need the following command:
This will delete GroupOffice's installation files, MySQL DB and SME DB entries.
This automatic step is just for safety, make your own backup before updating/upgrading.
Start your browser with the URL https://servername/groupoffice. You can see a check-box with entries for your domain and '@Group-Office database'. Because of e-mail authentication, GroupOffice can create users automatically. Every SME user can logon with a standard SME user + password.
To admin GroupOffice settings, logon to GroupOffice with 'administrator' with password = 'admin' and choose '@Group-Office database' from the check-box. This user 'administrator' is different from the SME user 'admin'. If GroupOffice has created a user 'admin' based on the SME admin, you can set him admin-rights if you want.
The default behaviour of GroupOffice is: accessible from LAN + Internet with "forced https" (SSL on + rewrite rule) You can easily change those defaults settings with following commands:
# config setprop groupoffice HTTPS on # config setprop groupoffice HTTPS off
# config setprop groupoffice PublicAccess global # config setprop groupoffice PublicAccess local
Once done, apply modifications and restart Apache:
# expand-template /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf # svc -h /service/httpd-e-smith
After install you will find FAQ and README in /opt/html/
Have much fun with GroupOffice as your preferred Groupware !
Dietmar Berteld (berdie)