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  1. #1
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    Feb 2007
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    Default Open-Xchange Hosted Edition integration in GRSoft Virtual MailManager

    i managed to integrate Open-Xchange Hosted Edition into GRSoft Mail manager. This means, if you create a new Virtual Mail Domain in MM , a new "Context" is created in Open-Xchange System.So if you create domain "mycompany.de". A "mycompany.de" Context is created and the delegated "mail admin" can now login to mailmanager and create users/aliases change password in his context/virtual domain . All actions are also executed within the Open-Xchange System, so all "mail" users are automatically Open-Xchange users, which means you can provide great webmail/groupware functionality to your Mail users. If anyone is interested, i can provide the patches for the php scripts.
    If you wanne know more about GRSoft, browse to http://www.grs-service.ch/pub/grs_mminstallation.html , its a software to manage a dovecot(incl. virtual domains)+postfix setup. Which perfectly fits to the OX Context based Setup.

    See my setup here:

    http://ox.cutmasta.org/oxhe/oxhe-mini-hoster-setup.png

    Pictures of the GRSOft Gui:

    http://ox.cutmasta.org/oxhe/oxhe-min...up_domains.png

    http://ox.cutmasta.org/oxhe/oxhe-min...tup_aliase.png

    Regards,

    Manuel Kraft
    Last edited by Manuel Kraft; 04-07-2008 at 12:56 PM.

  2. #2
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    Feb 2007
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    I have made a tarball of the patch and scripts. See:

    http://ox.cutmasta.org/oxhe/ox_mgr_extension.tar.gz

    A more detailed Version and Informations will follow.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Manuel Kraft View Post
    I have made a tarball of the patch and scripts. See:

    http://ox.cutmasta.org/oxhe/ox_mgr_extension.tar.gz

    A more detailed Version and Informations will follow.
    This is a great idea, but the links are no longer active. This doesn't conflict with the recently announced OX webmail, does it?? ;- )

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