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I installed zarafa webmail on debian lenny.
http://tschech-online.de/?p=4

But i can not login with username and password which also linux user. And when i use
zarafa-admin -c   “benutzer” -f “Voller name” -e  “benutzer@example.com” -a 1 -p “Passwort” that command says TO MANY OPTIONS GIVEN
Pls help?
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try   zarafa-admin --help
to see the command lines acceptable; maybe it is a newer version than the guide says and must go about setting up the user in a different order

also, could you put in exactly the error message you get when you run that line?
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mail # zarafa-admin -c   “user” -f “name surname” -e  “user@example.com” -a 1 -p “Password”
ERROR MESSAGE:Too many options given.

Its intresting is if i run this command with out surname then is accept the command
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