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.
Submitted by Aeneas Jaißle on Tue, 2013-03-12 15:39
As written in my last blog, Kolab 3 for openSUSE almost ready for production. I set up test server for my company as well as for my private use and they're running - issues I encounterd have been fixed in the mean time.
Submitted by bruederli on Mon, 2013-03-11 20:46
Today I’d like to share a success story of a picture perfect project collaboration as it only happens in the open source world without any commercial, political or geographical borders. It all started back in 2009 after a short interview about Roundcube was published on a techworld.com blog.
Submitted by Aeneas Jaißle on Fri, 2013-03-01 19:50
Today I'll summarize what happend the past two weeks - I was pretty busy and got Kolab 3 for openSUSE almost ready. Still a few things need to be taken care of: full testing is neccessary to ensure everything is working and pre-checks have to be implemented.
Submitted by tobru on Mon, 2013-02-25 22:17
During the last month of running Kolab 3.0 on my Debian server, I tweaked some settings for anti-spam fighting. Here is what I did and what you can do to have your Kolab 3.0 inboxes as spam-free as possible.
Submitted by Aeneas Jaißle on Tue, 2013-02-12 10:32
A little later than usual, I will give you an update on the "Kolab 3 on openSUSE" status. The past days I mostly worked on the "back end" of Kolab, updating php-pear-* packages, fixing bugs and improving the setup.
Submitted by tobru on Tue, 2013-02-05 22:16
Kolab 3 has built-in ActiveSync support, using Syncroton. It’s integrated into Roundcube, all settings can be done using the Webmail client. Installing it is very easy on Debian Wheezy:
apt-get install kolab-syncroton
Submitted by Aeneas Jaißle on Tue, 2013-02-05 00:14
The last week has been rather busy, yet I managed to spend some hours on Kolab as well as updating and improving some openSUSE packages Kolab depends on.