Integration of Aurora Corporate with Nextcloud allows users to access their email accounts from within Nextcloud interface, so Aurora Corporate acts and looks like a native application there.
IMPORTANT: This app does not install the product itself, it's assumed that webmail application is already installed on the same server where you have Nextcloud set up. The scenario of running Webmail and Nextcloud on different servers is supported as well.
In Apps screen of Nextcloud, search for Afterlogic, and click "Download and enable" button. Alternately, you can download the application, extract it into
apps/ directory on server directly and enable it in Apps. Note that the latest version only supports current Nextcloud Hub 3-5 (v25-27); if you're on Nextcloud 22 through 24, download the previous version.
Under Settings > Administration > Additional settings, specify URL of WebMail installation you’ll be accessing, and select authentication method used. The recommended option is Web API, but it'll only work if Nextcloud and Aurora Corporate are in the same domain.
If you have Nextcloud and Aurora Corporate in different domains or on different servers, you'll need to select POST method. For this to work, set AllowPostLogin to true in data/settings/modules/Core.config.json file of WebMail installation (it's less secure compared to Web API but it's the only way of sending credentials to remote server or other domain).
Also, if Nextcloud and Aurora Corporate are in different domains, make sure you have XFrameOptions set to empty string in
data/settings/config.json file, detailed information on this is found here.
Configuring by users
Under Settings > Personal > Additional settings, specify email address and password of your email account. Clicking "Mail" button in Nextcloud top bar should log you into that email account automatically.
Source code of this app is available on Github.
If you have any questions or encounter any issues using WebMail within Nextcloud, please feel free to open a ticket at the issue tracker. Thanks!