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          1. TosoBoso wrote on Apr 09, 2016 at 11:29 AM

            And now about DSM 6 and ARM (see also Wiki): I had a hard job to port Zarafa4h for Docker into a Twin-Setup supporting in parallel Debian-Chroot package for all Synology models without Docker. And I also had to script and test in parallel DSM 5 and 6. The lines of script code now exceeds 2k of lines.. Zarafa4h works on pre-compiled packages from Zarafa and it is as of now unclear if it runs on ARM, but early tests indicate it is unlikely. Note I cannot test it as I have no ARM models.
            -TosoBoso

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        2. TosoBoso wrote on Apr 09, 2016 at 11:23 AM

          The guide to Zarafa4h is available under: http://wiki.zarafa.com/index.php/Zarafa4h_Instructions_for_Synology_NAS Please refer on details there. I'm not abale to support all questions in 3 different forums being here, GER, ENG Synology Zarafa forum -TosoBoso

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      2. Lorenzo wrote on Mar 30, 2016 at 04:04 PM

        It would be necessary to sustain the job of Tosoboso with some donations. what do You think?

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    2. Lorenzo wrote on Mar 30, 2016 at 04:01 PM

      Also I confide in the great job of Tosoboso, hoping that as soon as possible can create a guide.

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  2. Floris wrote on Mar 30, 2016 at 02:57 PM

    Hi, I use Zarafa 0.5.5 together with the Z-Push Zarafa tool on my Synology (214play) with DSM 5. Now I want to upgrade to DSM 6 and use the new Zarafa for home (Hurray!! :))
    How to migrate? a manual would be perfect!

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