Build the SOGo Connector plugin¶
Install GNU Make, tar, and ZIP if you don't already have them installed. On Debian/Ubuntu, this can be done using
apt-get install make tar zip
Next, go to
data/web inside mailcow-dockerized.
Place the file thunderbird-plugins.php into that directory.
Create a new directory
thunderbird-plugins and place the script build-plugins.sh into it.
Finally, execute the script with your hostname as an argument and piping it the names of all domains that mailcow handles.
All of this can be done using the following commands:
cd data/web curl -LO https://github.com/mailcow/mailcow-dockerized-docs/raw/master/docs/download/thunderbird-plugins.php mkdir thunderbird-plugins cd thunderbird-plugins curl -Lo build-plugins.sh https://github.com/mailcow/mailcow-dockerized-docs/raw/master/docs/download/build-thunderbird-plugins.sh chmod +x build-plugins.sh echo example.com example.org | ./build-plugins.sh mailcow.example.com
Install it in Thunderbird¶
After you have set up your mailcow IMAP account in Thunderbird, download the SOGo Connector plugin for your domain, e.g. https://mailcow.example.com/thunderbird-plugins/sogo-connector-68.0.0-example.com.xpi, and install it into Thunderbird. All your address books and calendars will be configured automatically.