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    tronn Guest

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    Im running OX 6.6.0-6602 on CentOS 52, so far it works perfectly, but I have some problems with resources when booking a meeting, in the GUI when you choose participants, you may see users and resources, all the users has e-mail adresses, but not the resources, so the resources are not able to accept or reject meeting requestes.

    I use postfix as MTA and Cyrus for imap, im using the old CVS cf files for postfix configuration. If I look in sql I see that the resources has a e-mail adress. But when I try to use a resource in a meeting I get this error msg in /var/log/maillog


    postfix/smtpd[24335]: NOQUEUE: reject: RCPT from localhost.localdomain[127.0.0.1]: 550 5.1.1 <sag@example.com>: Recipient address rejected: User unknown in local recipient table;


    I dont have any trouble sending e-mail between users on the system


    Tronn

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    Hi Tronn,

    did you try to set a E-Mail address for a resource via the command line tools?

    Greetings

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    tronn Guest

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    Good morning

    I tried to create the resourse in web GUI and the commandline. I allso created it in cyrus and sasldb

    The cli was like this
    createresource -c 1 -A oxadmin -P secret -n bil -d "Yota" -e bil@example.com -D "Test resource"



    Tronn

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    Carsten Hoeger is offline Open-Xchange Professional Services
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    It is not sufficient to create a resource with the API (be it commandline, RMI or SOAP) that ships with the current SP4 code when using the old setup as described in http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...e_Installation
    The old version including open-xchange-console-ee and some other special plugins did also maintain mail routing information within the mysql database.
    That code does not belong to the ox6 core as currently shipped with SP4.

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    tronn Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carsten Hoeger View Post
    It is not sufficient to create a resource with the API (be it commandline, RMI or SOAP) that ships with the current SP4 code when using the old setup as described in http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...e_Installation
    The old version including open-xchange-console-ee and some other special plugins did also maintain mail routing information within the mysql database.
    That code does not belong to the ox6 core as currently shipped with SP4.
    So some tools are provided, but I need more Could you provide some example configuration, or maybe guide me in the right direction. Or perhaps there is some documentation that I missed

    Tronn

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    Carsten Hoeger is offline Open-Xchange Professional Services
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    Quote Originally Posted by tronn View Post
    So some tools are provided, but I need more Could you provide some example configuration, or maybe guide me in the right direction. Or perhaps there is some documentation that I missed

    Tronn
    What I try to say is:

    The postfix and cyrus configuration as described in http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...e_Installation is aligned to the special OX EE related open-xchange-admin plugins, which are not ported to the current SP4 code.

    I'm talking about these repositories:

    open-xchange-admin-plugin-backup
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-ca_mgmt_simple
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-context_light
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-fetchmail
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-imap
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-license
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-mail
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-mailfilter
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-osconfig
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-services
    open-xchange-admin-plugin-sw-update
    open-xchange-admin-console-ee

    These plugins are not part of SP4. The mailsetup using mysql as mail routing information as described in http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...e_Installation requires to have open-xchange-admin-plugin-mail to be installed. This module takes care to fill mail routing information for users, groups and resources into the mysql db.

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