Use the Docker CLI to pull this image
Zammad is a web based open source helpdesk/ticket system with many features to manage customer communication via several channels like telephone, facebook, twitter, chat and e-mails. It is distributed under the GNU AFFERO General Public License (AGPL). Do you receive many e-mails and want to answer them with a team of agents? You're going to love Zammad!
This repo is meant to be the starting point for somebody who likes to use dockerized multi-container Zammad in production.
In environments with more then one web applications it is necessary to use a reverse proxy to route connections to port 80 and 443 to the right application.
To run Zammad behind a revers proxy, we provide
docker-compose.proxy-example.yml as a starting point.
./.examples/proxy/docker-compose.proxy-example.ymlto your own configuration, e.g.
cp ./.examples/proxy/docker-compose.proxy-example.yml ./docker-compose.prod.yml
VIRTUAL_HOSTand the name of the external network in
./docker-compose.prod.ymlto fit your environment.
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose.prod.yml up -d
.examples/proxy/docker-compose.yml for an example proxy project.
Like this, you can add your
docker-compose.prod.yml to a branch of your Git repository and stay up to date by merging changes to your branch.
We've updated the Elasticsearch image from 5.6 to 7.6. As there is no direct upgrade path we have to delete all Elasticsearch indicies and rebuild them. Do the following to empty the ES docker volume:
docker-compose stop rm -r $(docker volume inspect zammaddockercompose_elasticsearch-data | grep Mountpoint | sed -e 's#.*": "##g' -e 's#",##')/* docker-compose start