Submitted by Paul Boddie on Thu, 2013-06-13 16:48
Submitted by Timotheus Pokorra on Tue, 2013-06-04 01:00
For development of the community version of Kolab, it is helpful to have nightly built packages of the master of git.kolab.org.
Note: these packages are only meant for development and testing, not at all for production use!!!
Submitted by Milosz Galazka on Sun, 2013-06-02 02:00
Yesterday I added a few mail aliases using Kolab admin interface and went to sleep. Today I noticed high CPU usage and quickly found that there is a small problem with
pykolab 0.5.11-5 package.
Submitted by Milosz Galazka on Wed, 2013-05-29 02:00
I am using mainly Polish language so it is obvious that fairly quickly I encountered a problem with national characters in the subject line. Problem is not fixed in Debian packages (using Debian Wheezy x86_64 and Kolab Systems - Public Repositories) but luckily it is very easy to fix.
Problem applies to the wallace daemon. Some messages containing national characters in the subject line are stuck in the mail queue.
Submitted by Milosz Galazka on Tue, 2013-05-28 02:00
Almost four months ago I mentioned about moving personal data to the private server. Now it is reality as I have already started to move and organize personal data using Kolab groupware server. To check out basic functionality check out my previous blog post because I will only show you additional software I am using.
Submitted by Giorgos Strimpakos on Sun, 2013-05-26 12:05
I have allready writen a post how to install kolab on centos 6.3. Today I decided to install kolab 3.0 for testing purposes on a CentOS vm. It was a Centos 6.3 clean installation, I decided to updated to Centos 6.4, and then try to install kolab 3.0.
This time things worked out of the box! No conflict, no error, excellent installation process!!!
Let’s see the steps needed to install kolab 3.0 on centos 6.4:
Submitted by Milosz Galazka on Sat, 2013-05-25 02:00
Yesterday I experienced strange problem after Kolab 3 installation on Debian Wheezy as I couldn't add an initial user account using admin interface.
The very first thing to check if you are having this problem is to execute command:
Submitted by Henning H on Sun, 2013-04-28 18:51
To me, eMail servers are one of the most complicated but most interesting things there are in the technical world. However, in the past I did some attempts to setup a full-featured eMail-Server environment using the Citadel and the Kolab 2.2.4 groupware software.
It worked, though for me neither of them felt “complete”.
Submitted by Paul Klos on Tue, 2013-04-16 23:32
A productive weekend and lots of fun!
Submitted by vanmeeuwen on Sun, 2013-04-14 14:32
Many of you have anxiously anticipated the return of shared folder management in Kolab 3 - a feature that is often used for email addresses with multiple readers, such as perhaps a firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
A large part of this functionality - as often requested - has been the ability to delegate to individual users the use of the recipient address associated with these shared folders.