Kroupware is a Microsoft Exchange replacement that was commissioned by the German government. It features email capability, task planning, calendar scheduling, contacts management, notes keeping and sharing resources with your co-workers in the group. On the client side, you can use the following software packages: KMail, KOrganizer, KAddressbook, or Kitchensync (for Palm sync).
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Release Notes: This release adds seamless support of mixed client environments (Outlook/KDE/Web), a Web administration interface, a shared address book with provision for mailbox users as well as contacts, POP3 as well as IMAP4(rev1) access to mail, and client-side support of S/MIME email encryption (officially Sphinx-interoperable).
Release Notes: This release comes with new security features. UID==email address is now guaranteed to be unique, and aliases cannot be edited by normal users anymore. It also enables the login procedure for OL2000 clients (required to allow relaying), and allows access to the cert for imapd.
Release Notes: Lots of new security features were added. The integration between Kolab-Client and the KDE environment is now much smoother.
Release Notes: This is the client for Kroupware. It is for KDE 3.1 or later.
No changes have been submitted for this release.