Bongo Config After InstallOnce you have installed Bongo, you must configure it by following the instructions below:
bongo-setup(note this needs to be run with root privileges):
bongo-setuphas a number of options. You can change the ports where services will be started and configure Bongo to run against a corporate directory. By default, Bongo will be configured to run SMTP, IMAP, and POP3 on their standard ports.
- When asked "''Which driver would you like to use for the directory?''", although there is a
fileoption, to allow running without an LDAP server, it's advised to use the
managed-ldapoption: that works much better, and you may encounter odd bugs otherwise. '''Note''': This needs the
- You should accept the default for the question "''Enter file for importing objects:''" unless you know what you're doing here.
- When asked ''Enter domain name on which to run bongo [localhost.localdomain]:'' one should enter the domain without any prefixes like
mail.. Examples of correct domain names are:
- You should not be alarmed at the "''ERROR: Could not add attribute bongoDomain''" message. This always occurs.
bongomanager(as root), which takes no arguments.
Bongo is now running! You will now need to add a new user to continue, so [[Commands/bongo-admin|continue to the next step]] to do so.