I have the NethServer join with AC, in SOGo creating a new email I can see the users of the global address book by typing the first letters, but the groups do not appear even if they have an email address in the global address book;
in the global address book group I can see the email addresses;
SOGo version 4.0.7, can I upgrade to 4.1.0? how do i update it?
For now you need to upgrade to 7.7 before to update SOGo, but do not hurry it is not a major version change
Hi, my version is NethServer 7.7.1908, is there a solution to the problem?
each problem gets a solution, if you cannot find a solution, it is because you have no problem
yum update sogo\* sope\* --enablerepo=nethforge-testing
as you can see it is testing
the LDAP addressbooks is set to email address of users, I am not sure that group gets an email address in LDAP, it is a trick we did to send email to a group
in the global address book group I can see the email addresses of the group, but if I create a new message I only see users email addresses
sure, but check it out
dn: uid=admin,ou=People,dc=directory,dc=nh uidNumber: 1000 gidNumber: 1000 uid: admin shadowMax: 99999 shadowWarning: 7 shadowMin: 0 loginShell: /usr/libexec/openssh/sftp-server homeDirectory: /var/lib/nethserver/home/admin shadowInactive: -1 shadowExpire: -1 gecos: admin shadowLastChange: 18198 shadowFlag: -1 cn: admin sn: admin objectClass: posixAccount objectClass: shadowAccount objectClass: inetOrgPerson structuralObjectClass: inetOrgPerson entryUUID: 63c1439a-8eb2-1039-972a-ab07715586c3 creatorsName: cn=libuser,dc=directory,dc=nh createTimestamp: 20191029161037Z mail: email@example.com userPassword:: e0NSWVBUfSQ2JHBqOFpiMGdydnRQV2xLRjQkT3NUMzNXZ3FFZUhrb2hOaDJ3d 0hCTU1OczhCbDR1Q3k3QnAvR1NMNWd3U3MxS1VXbkQudko2WnQyWS9Dcy9rUjF4akN6dUZGM3hx by5xMHV1TzB2ODA= entryCSN: 20191029161400.617116Z#000000#000#000000 modifiersName: cn=libuser,dc=directory,dc=nh modifyTimestamp: 20191029161400Z dn: cn=domain admins,ou=Groups,dc=directory,dc=nh gidNumber: 1001 objectClass: posixGroup structuralObjectClass: posixGroup entryUUID: 63ee7040-8eb2-1039-972b-ab07715586c3 creatorsName: cn=libuser,dc=directory,dc=nh createTimestamp: 20191029161037Z memberUid: admin cn: domain admins entryCSN: 20191029161038.085504Z#000000#000#000000 modifiersName: gidNumber=0+uidNumber=0,cn=peercred,cn=external,cn=auth modifyTimestamp: 20191029161038Z
in LDAP the group doesn’t get a
you have a remote authentification hum…
not tested but if in /etc/sogo/sogo.conf
id = groups; type = ldap; CNFieldName = cn; UIDFieldName = cn; IDFieldName = cn; baseDN = "ou=Groups,dc=directory,dc=nh"; bindDN = "cn=ldapservice,dc=directory,dc=nh"; bindPassword = "Z59OUcMHGUaidA_x"; scope = ONE; canAuthenticate = YES; MailFieldNames = ("mail"); displayName = "ns7loc8 groups"; hostname = ldap://127.0.0.1; isAddressBook = NO;
isAddressBook = YES;
systemctl restart sogod
I already have isAddressBook = YES;
indeed in the global address book group I can see the email addresses of the group
but when I create new messages writing the initials I don’t see the group’s email
sorry for my bad English
MailFieldNames = ("userPrincipalName");
MailFieldNames = ("mail");
now I see the groups email correctly when I create a new message
can I leave this change? will it be overwritten?
yes you need to make a custom template, but in the meanwhile I need to check if we use it…I tested with openldap
what is your windows server, does
Windows server 2019 standard
@davidep do we use the mail attribute for group in samba AD or openldap ?
Did you test to send the email to the group email, does each group people receives the email?
I tried now it’s not working, the email doesn’t reach the support group members
in NethServer on the email address I see the group
I also created a public folder support, if I delete it it arrives to the members of support group
therefore the public “support” folder, if present, has priority;
I confirm that if there is no public folder the group members receive the email !!!
It doesn’t surprise me, postfix does not connect to LDAP, so it doesn’t know about the group members, it is a limitation of the remote authentification, with a local authentication you can create a mail alias for the group, did you try ?
if support does not have a public folder if from outside email I send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org it arrives to the members of the group, same thing if from a local account from SOGo I send to email@example.com arrives to the members of the support group
postfix and dovecot deliver mail you have group members
to be short, you want I enable this in the conf of SOGo ?