OpenGroupware.org is a set of applications for contact, appointment, project, and content management. It is comparable to Exchange and SharePoint. It is accessible using Web interfaces or using local clients via WebDAV, GroupDAV, and CalDAV. Custom applications can be developed using the XML-RPC API. OpenGroupware.org runs on almost every GNU/Linux system.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA) Post-Office IMAP Office/Business Scheduling Internet Web groupware|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: Memory leaks and logic were fixed. Notes are now supported on company objects. Creation of "fake" enterprise projects can be disabled. zOGI can perform mail notifications on task actions. Account commands no longer require the "staff" table. The "trust" table has been removed.
Release Notes: This version contains no feature additions to the previous beta versions. It's the first release of OpenGroupware.org with a stable API. A small set of bugs got fixed prior to this release.
Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs and enhances the XML-RPC server with a few methods. Attendee status changes and add-me/remove-me operations now work properly when one of the attendees is read-protected for the login. The appointment form letter feature supports even more keys. Dial URLs are properly escaped. The FreeBSD port has a few improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds support for 64-bit Linux, and fixes some form letter and WebDAV related bugs. Specfiles for CentOS 4.3, Fedora Core 5, and SuSE 10.1 were added. The FreeBSD packages have been improved.
Release Notes: This release adds several additions. Some highlights include mail templates which are keyed on appointment types, the ability to generate links to open files from the local filesystem, and highly improved WebDAV support. The STLI CTI adaptor was added, and the initial state of the readonly/public flags in the contact editor can now be controlled using defaults. The usual smaller bugfixes were made, for example, in the iCalendar date handling.