Bongo is an easy-to-use mail and calendar system, offering a simple yet powerful user interface. The goal is to make sharing, organisation, and communication simpler, quicker, and more useful.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Mail was being held up in common configurations due to some small bugs in 0.3.0. This release fixes those minor bugs and adds a new administration UI for mail aliasing configuration.
Release Notes: This release represents almost a year of continual work and refinement of the code base, and brings with it not just simplified installation and many bugfixes, but big new features such as CalDAV and multiple domain support. This is still a developer release, but will be supported by the Bongo Project for those adventurous souls who wish to try the software "for real".
Release Notes: This release is another source-only release intended for developers and very early testers, but it includes major new features such as native anti-spam and anti-virus integration and a brand-new Web administration system. Many structural changes have also been implemented, and less obvious improvements such as SMTP encryption are included, as are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first release on the Bongo roadmap (M1). As a source-only release, it is intended only for developers and advanced users who understand that they will probably experience bugs and rough edges. M1 provides a working email and calendaring system and the Web user interface. There are basic command line tools available to configure the system.