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  • #46
    Originally posted by Rene Stach View Post
    The online demo shows the Open-Xchange Server 5. This is a completely different software.
    René
    Sorry, my mistake.

    But about modules: the install-docu means:
    "Please note: This installation manual is about Open-Xchange Codename: Hyperion, not about Open-Xchange 0.8.x"

    When I check this, the cvs-download version says:
    > Open-Xchange Server
    > GUI-Build: 6106
    >Server-Build: 6.1.9-0

    This means it IS Hyperion?
    Will there be modules available like in Hymalia (e.g. 'project')?

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    • #47
      Originally posted by oxer View Post
      When I check this, the cvs-download version says:
      > Open-Xchange Server
      > GUI-Build: 6106
      >Server-Build: 6.1.9-0

      This means it IS Hyperion?
      Yes, it is. Open-Xchange 0.8.x is "Hymalia", which is called "Open-Xchange Server 5" in the commercial version.

      Originally posted by oxer View Post
      Will there be modules available like in Hymalia (e.g. 'project')?
      This question has already been asked by somebody else, but as Rene is a Product Management Guy he may give you a precise information about this.

      Originally posted by oxer View Post
      The open-exchange-admin daemon is "only" necessary for console-commands or is there a gui-based support?
      Well, the admin-daemon is necassary for everything "under the hood" which does not depend on Groupware logic. You will have to start it if you want a working system, the commandline tools are just a user-interface to the RMI Interface used by the admindaemon, like configuring.
      Last edited by Martin Heiland; 05-11-2007, 01:55 PM.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by oxer View Post
        Will there be modules available like in Hymalia (e.g. 'project')?
        We think there will be some modules like in Hymalia. The roadmap says we'll be working on it at the end of the year but we have not yet finalised what the modules will look like and if they are the same as in Hymalia, similar or even completely different.

        René

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        • #49
          Experiences trying out Hyperion

          Originally posted by oxer View Post
          I'd upload a working xen-image for the community _if_ I can get it to work.
          I got it to work, but is it worth to upload as an image?
          Think it's better to post my config-steps installing Hyperion in an CentOS 5.

          I tried to use email-modul instead of my fat-client (mulberry), other modules not checked.

          What I really really miss:
          1) mark all selected mails as SEEN (my spam-box gets a lot of junk every day
          2) gui-options for setting sent-folder (need my sent-mails!) - found it as an option able to set in imap.properties, but didn't further tried out
          3) the handling to subscribe to mailboxes is inpractical (have a lot of folders, going in every-one to select propoerties costs a lot of time...)

          Bugs (I think):
          4) if scrolling down large mailboxes, the content isn't updated any more - no more header to be seen, but clickable ?!
          5) opening a new mail: many buttons doesn't work (e.g. address-button opens..., but "send" doesn't do anything at most )
          6) mostly the browser (firefox 1.5.0.10) doesn't stop loading

          THX for making it possible to test


          My favorite point to try out Hyperion -instead of using OX 8.2- is my lack of unsterstanding / handling of openLDAP.
          OpenLDAP is a problem in a working vmware-instance: don't starts here, can't input new contacts there ..all _my_ problems meets openLDAP-problems (this one is a real big theme for itself)
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          • #50
            Originally posted by oxer View Post
            What I really really miss:
            1) mark all selected mails as SEEN (my spam-box gets a lot of junk every day
            As in your fat client you can use shortcut keys and/or in combination with the left mouse button (<LMB>) to select mails in a different way.

            For example:
            * <Ctrl> + <A> Select all messages in a folder
            * <Ctrl> + <LMB> to select a bunch of single mails
            * <LMB> ... <Shift> + <LMB> to select a bunch of mails
            * <DEL> to delete
            * <PgDown> <PgUp> <UP> <DOWN> to scroll in the list

            2) gui-options for setting sent-folder (need my sent-mails!) - found it as an option able to set in imap.properties, but didn't further tried out
            True - it's on our ToDo-List

            3) the handling to subscribe to mailboxes is inpractical (have a lot of folders, going in every-one to select propoerties costs a lot of time...)
            True - right now we think about a better solution

            4) if scrolling down large mailboxes, the content isn't updated any more - no more header to be seen, but clickable ?!
            How often does this happen? I couldn't reproduce it but remember seen something similar once or twice. Looks like a bug then.

            5) opening a new mail: many buttons doesn't work (e.g. address-button opens..., but "send" doesn't do anything at most )
            Strange, never had this before?!? Please use FireBug (just use google). A "must have" for debugging such problems. Any JavaScript errors?

            6) mostly the browser (firefox 1.5.0.10) doesn't stop loading
            I use FF2 and can't reproduce this. Are there any reasons against updating to a new version of FF?

            If you think you found a bug don't hesitate to post it in bugzilla.

            I recommend to install the latest CVS version. AFTER you updated both, the server and the GUI you should ALWAYS clean your browser cache and do a fresh reload. Otherwise it can lead to very strange problems caused by a mix of new and old versions of the JS files. Most problems are gone after a cache cleanup ;-)

            Thanks for your feedback!
            Last edited by Stefan Preuss; 05-24-2007, 11:28 PM.

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