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Conflux Groupware

Conflux is Web-based groupware and collaboration software. It offers a shared central document repository, shared calendars, tasks and contacts, and an email client. It has support for Unicode, multiple languages, and date/time formats for the English, German, and Estonian languages. Access rights are offered in hierarchical (group) form.

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  •  28 Oct 2011 23:17

    Release Notes: Technical back-end updates, performance optimizations, and code reorganization designed to enable support for modern operating system and base component versions, such as the database engine. The new release enables support for RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux 6, Debian 6, and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Support for earlier operating systems, such as SUSE 9.x, RHEL 3, and Fedora Core 1-2 has been discontinued.

    •  09 May 2006 13:54

      Release Notes: This release fixes the following bugs: the system backup feature raised an error and did not create a database backup, the email client raised errors when used with an IMAP server that did not support UTF-8 as a native encoding, and saving vcards from email messages raised an error when not all of the expected fields were present in the vcard.

      •  23 Apr 2006 20:04

        Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor problems found in the release candidate, and improves the background daemon to more reasonably handle temporary database downtime.

        •  10 Apr 2006 19:40

          Release Notes: This release fixes several problems found in the beta series, including classification editing for the superuser and shortcut links to Conflux objects.

          •  12 Mar 2006 06:34

            Release Notes: This version adds many improvements and fixes requested by the users. In the Documents module, the "My Folders" concept was introduced, ZIP uploading and OpenOffice file indexing were added. In the Calendar, the week start-day is now selectable, event ownership handling and calendar navigation were improved. In workflows, a new graphical structure display was added to parallel workflows. Contacts can now be saved with only the Company name, emails can be downloaded in source form and opportunities can be cloned or batch created from clients. Official PostgreSQL v8.1 was also added.

            Recent comments

            03 Aug 2010 17:18 indrekjarve

            At the moment it is pretty dead, as our small team has been occupied with other big projects and Conflux has been left on the sideline for now. We have had thoughts about updating the thing to support newer base software and perhaps pushing the whole Pro to OS for quite a while now, but so far haven't got to actually doing it. As summer "should" be a more quiet time, I have some hopes to getting around to it, so stay tuned, but no hard promises at this time.

            28 Jul 2010 17:02 AHinMaine

            Does anyone know if this project is dead or dying? Hate to see such a worthy opensource project fall by the wayside.

            02 Apr 2005 16:33 fullvision

            Implementation...
            I have implemented this software in a 25 person organization and it is an excellent product. Indrek is fantastic and supports his product well. i couldn't ask for more from a software that cost 1/10th what the competition does.

            29 Mar 2005 10:33 indrekjarve

            Re: Interesting...but hard to customize

            > I liked the installation, worked as
            > advertised (I was testing the Pro
            > version) once I cleared out all my
            > previous perl, postgres, and Apache
            > installations. I was just too new at it
            > all to try and work through making it
            > work with an earlier WAMP installation.
            >
            > Anyway, I liked it...especially the
            > documentation check-in/out and version
            > control. My only two concerns (not
            > really complaints) are (1) customization
            > is virtually non-existent (again...could
            > be my newbieness) and (2) inability to
            > "roll-back" to a previous
            > version of a document should a check-in
            > botch sometime.


            Hello,


            Customization: We're not exactly sure what do you mean by it, but if it is themeing, then you are correct, there is no support for themes at this moment. If you mean the inability to add custom metadata fields, then this one is solved in version 1.3.1, which has support for user created custom fields.
            Your second problem, inability to roll-back versions: You actually can restore a previous version and even delete versions, you just need "manage" access in order to do it. You can set the access permissions from the Admin -> Access Tree.

            28 Mar 2005 06:57 m1cajah

            Interesting...but hard to customize
            I liked the installation, worked as advertised (I was testing the Pro version) once I cleared out all my previous perl, postgres, and Apache installations. I was just too new at it all to try and work through making it work with an earlier WAMP installation.

            Anyway, I liked it...especially the documentation check-in/out and version control. My only two concerns (not really complaints) are (1) customization is virtually non-existent (again...could be my newbieness) and (2) inability to "roll-back" to a previous version of a document should a check-in botch sometime.

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