[horde] Ansel and Ingo Now ..?
jan at horde.org
Mon Feb 16 10:58:27 UTC 2015
Zitat von Andreas Mauser <andreas at mauser.info>:
> ----- Nachricht von John McIntyre <joh98.mac at gmail.com> ---------
> Datum: Mon, 16 Feb 2015 10:32:17 +0000
> Von: John McIntyre <joh98.mac at gmail.com>
> Betreff: [horde] Ansel and Ingo Now ..?
> An: horde <horde at lists.horde.org>
>> Hi Guys,
>> Horde working a treat. The new interface, much the same as my last
>> instance. I like the fact that I can now get a thumbnail of attachments,
>> and the cleaner 'To:' and 'Cc:' fields are nicer, too. Plus, my tasks can
>> now be added, edited and deleted in the browser, without throwing a 404.
>> All in, sexy stuff.
>> I installed ingo, generated the conf.php file and fired it into
>> /usr/share/horde/ingo/config. The configuration screen tells me that the
>> MySQL schema is up-to-date, and that the application is ready. But... not
>> really sure where to go from here. The main reason I installed ingo was to
>> get vacation. I use it on the command line, and it has served me well for
>> the past two years - and all things considered, can continue to do that.
>> It's more a convenience thing.
> AFAIK you can either have the user's .forward file, OR Ingo.
> Pls correct me somebody if wrong.
You can have Ingo generating .forward files too.
>> As for Ansel, ditto : configuration file generated, and I can add a
>> galerie. What I can't do is to delete that gallery, and can't see any
>> pictures in it. Nor can I share it. Is ansel still in the dev stage, and
>> should I wait for updates, or is there something else I'm missing?
> Did you set the Virtual File System stuff in Horde Confuguration? I
> know that you can store your images either in SQL which I dont
> recommend, or on the filesystem itself. You need to configure that,
> and a path if using filesystem.
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