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Arman Khosravi
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Hi everyone,

First of all, thank you very much for sending us your feedback in these first days of Carbonio CE!

 

Moreover, we're glad to inform you that a new version of Carbonio Community Edition is released with loads of improvements.

 

What Has Changed

  • ​Login page UI refactoring
  • ClamAV critical patch 0.103.5
  • Amavisd updated to 2.12.2
  • Updated WebUI

 

Bug Fixes

  • Removing zmq dependencies
  • Increasing the maximum number of busy contexts for RPC calls
  • Fixing the viewmail redirect
  • Using A_zimbraMemcachedBindingAddress instead of A_zimbraServiceHostname in settings and nginx configuration
  • Preventing 404 error while loading shell using Iris shell's root URL
  • Fixing upstream down for 404 error
  • Clamav: fix missing libpcre2-8-0.so library rundep
  • Including all available languages in the Admin Console language selector

and many more!

 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

 

And lastly, as a cherry on the top:


Carbonio CE is now also available for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS!


 

Have a good one, everybody.

Cheers!

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bulletxt
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Thanks, please be sure to update us when we will have the possibility to test a zimbra -> carbonio migration path !


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funifuni
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I want to install carbonioCE into Ubuntu 20.

I have got a mail from zextras.

according to that,you should install repository as following.

Add Carbonio CE Repository by executing
 

echo 'deb https://repo.zextras.io/rc/ubuntu bionic main' >>/etc/apt/sources.list.d/zextras.list

is it right repository? bionic? facalfossa? which is right?

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Arman Khosravi
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@funifuni 

Hi,

Please fill out the form once more to receive the e-mail with updated instructions.

Thanks.


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nitram
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After updating to this version and performing a reboot. it resulted in the web dashboard not being visible on my end.

while all services are running.

 

i am not sure where the error might be.


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funifuni
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Thanks Arman!

I received new mail, and 

I have confirmed new repository.

 


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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

We're glad to inform you that several components of Carbonio Community Edition have been updated with a lot of improvements!

 


FILES is now available!


 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

 

 

Cheers!


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funifuni
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Good job and thank you for your works! Your team is very great!

Can I use Files? How happy I am!

Do I need another node, as docs server?

Is it the same case as zextras docs installation?

(I still use virtual machine B as docs zerver for ZCS 9.0.0 OSE, machine A)

Where is new docs installer.tgz?

I wanna try to File feature immediately!

If possible, I want to select Fonts which I like on installation.

LibreOffice(lool) has too many fonts and those are almost unnecessary for me. 

Perhaps almost many people must feel like that.

If I cannot select fonts while installaton, may I rm -rf /opt/zimbra/docs/core/share/fonts/truetype/any.ttf manually after installation? 


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leventacar
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@funifuni 

Hi, You can follow steps https://docs.zextras.com/carbonio-ce/html/installation.html#files  

Thanks


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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

We're glad to inform you that we updated several components of Carbonio Community Edition with a lot of improvements, including user interface enhancement, file versioning, and the first version of the preview component.

 


Carbonio CE is ready for multi-server environments!


* If you have already tested previous Carbonio CE, we recommend performing a clean installation from scratch on all nodes following the detailed instructions because lots of changes have been made under the hood.

 

 

Get Carbonio Community Edition

To receive the latest Carbonio CE, fill out the form at the bottom of the page to receive an e-mail including the instruction.

 

 

For more information, read the Carbonio CE documentation.

 

Cheers!

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nitram
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Posted by: @arman

Hello everyone,

We're glad to inform you that several components of Carbonio Community Edition have been updated with a lot of improvements!

 


FILES is now available!


 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

 

 

Cheers!

Why don't you guys pre-bundle the files module, and on installation ask the user if they wish to have it installed the same way zimbra does it.

i think it will make for a proper installer in that sense.


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stefanodavid
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Hi @nitram

Carbonio CE has no installer, our idea is that you can install only the modules of Carbonio CE you need, by installing the packages you need. You would then rely on the repository also for the update and update Carbonio CE together with the operating system. With this approach, you get also the bonus of a smooth update process, which does not require anymore to download each time an installer.

I do not see any advantage in a big Carbonio installer that makes download everything, then asks what you want to install.


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Luca Arcara
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Hi @nitram, and thanks for your feedback.

As @stefanodavid wrote, The main reason behind this behavior is that Carbonio has been designed to be a multi-node/server/instance rather than a single server.

This is why the base package doesn't include all the modules, even because including all the modules as a package dependency makes it harder to move/uninstall specific services to other nodes without deeper knowledge about how the apt/yum works.
And this is why services use the service-mesh to communicate with each other rather than leverage the simple IP/DNS

Installing Files requires just adding to the "apt install carbonio-..." a couple of parameters: "apt install carbonio-... carbonio-files ....", and this makes you free to move Files to another server if you want to scale out.

In order to make it more user-friendly, we will release in the next future a couple of "one-liners" to make it easier to execute.

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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

 

We're glad to inform you that we updated several components of Carbonio Community Edition with a lot of improvements, including several UI enhancements and new functions to print e-mail messages.

 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

Subscribe to this thread to get notified of future updates.

 

Cheers!


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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

 

The Zextras team is happy to announce the first stable release of the Carbonio Community Edition. It is an honor to share this significant milestone with our community. It's been a long journey; thank you for your support along the way from the bottom of our hearts.

This is what it means to be in a community; your voices matter and are taken into consideration! We appreciate every valuable suggestion, feedback, and commitment you've given to the product since its release candidate. They provide us with feedback on how we can further improve the experience for our users.

The only thing left to do is download a new version of Carbonio Community Edition today—for free!

 


Carbonio Community Edition has officially begun!


It is recommended to perform a fresh installation of Carbonio CE from scratch following the detailed instructions. We encourage you to download the latest version and give it a try. Check out the full changelog.

 

Get Carbonio Community Edition

Head to the Carbonio Community Edition page and fill out the form to receive an e-mail including the instruction.

Carbonio CE is available for 64-bit architectures and can be installed on any vanilla Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Server Edition. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is also going to be supported soon.

 

For more information, read the Carbonio CE documentation​.
Subscribe to this thread to stay informed of future releases.

 

Cheers!


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