[horde] How to add IMP (webmail) to groupware installation

Jan Schneider jan at horde.org
Thu Aug 27 11:13:38 UTC 2015

Zitat von Stefan Suurmeijer <stefan at raptorweb.nl>:

> Hi Jan,
> Quoting Jan Schneider <jan at horde.org>:
>> Zitat von Stefan Suurmeijer <stefan at raptorweb.nl>:
>>> Hi Mike,
>>> check, that worked. Thanks
>>> Next time I'll read the site better. The new version does look awesome
>>> though
>>> KR
>>> Stefan
>>> On 08/26/15 15:32, Michael J Rubinsky wrote:
>>>> Quoting Stefan Suurmeijer <stefan at raptorweb.nl>:
>>>>> Hi all,
>>>>> Maybe a stupid question, but is there a preferred way to add IMP to a
>>>>> horde Groupware installation?
>>>>> (on a side note: for Gods sake change the names. Groupware includes
>>>>> webmail in every normal discussion, having a separate edition called
>>>>> webmail edition that does include webmail just gets lazy b*stards like
>>>>> myself who take too little time to read instructions in trouble ;-) )
>>>>> Can I just install over it (perl -a install horde/webmail)?
>>>>> Or is there a way to just add IMP?
>>>> Just install IMP normally, using the same pear used to install the
>>>> groupware bundle:
>>>> pear install horde/imp
>>>> ...or to install with all non-binary optional dependencies:
>>>> pear install -a -B horde/imp
>>>> Note that you will need to configure IMP manually via the
>>>> administrative interface as well as make sure that
>>>> imp/config/backends[.local].php is configured correctly for your
>>>> environment.
>> For the record, the correct way to change from Groupware to Groupware WE
>> is to run:
>> pear uninstall horde/groupware
>> pear install -a [-B] horde/webmail
>> You can still run this now without any data loss.
> Ok, but would that differ in any way from what I've done now? Just add IMP
> and configure manually? Or will I get in trouble with upgrades this way? 
> I assume I would lose any configuration changes I've made once I do a pear
> uninstall horde/groupware?

No, but the Webmail Edition is a bit more than just Groupware + IMP.  
It adds Ingo, and some special configuration too.

> On a completely unrelated subject (since you are one of the developers I
> assume): are you aware that it's no longer possible to use weatheronline
> for weather services since they've updated their API to version 2 and horde
> calls API version 1?

No, please create a ticket.

Jan Schneider
The Horde Project

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