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EGroupware

EGroupware is a Web-based groupware suite. It contains many modules, including Calendar (personal calendar and group scheduling, notifications and alarms), Mail (IMAP only), InfoLog (todos, notes, and phone calls linked to contacts/CRM), Contacts (an address book for storing and sharing contact information), ProjectManager, Tracker (bug or incident tracking), TimeSheet, SyncML, CalDAV & CardDAV support, and SiteMgr content management

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  •  12 Apr 2012 22:15

    Release Notes: There is a security fix for an XSS vulnerability; it is recommended to update ASAP. It is required to visit setup for schema updates. More secure password hashing types: sha512_crypt and sha256_crypt. Enables automatic migration to sha512_crypt. Session listing without the need for a listable (less secure) session directory. Numerous CalDAV and CardDAV fixes (this release is far more standards compliant than 1.8.002). CalDAV/CardDAV is now recommended over SyncML, which will no longer be supported in the next major release. There are many bugfixes in all apps.

    •  02 Dec 2010 03:17

      Release Notes: Full timezone support including recurring events, visualisation of participant status of events, an email three pane view with a folder tree in the side box, the ability to import from iCal and vCard, a print view and copying of InfoLogs, address book merge-print support for Microsoft and OpenOffice XML formats, and support for Joomla! 1.5 templates in SiteMgr, and a new default Web site, including a SiteMgr tutorial. There were many useful extensions and adaptations as well as bugfixes in all modules. A postinstall script from EPL was included.

      •  09 Mar 2010 08:40

      Release Notes: The new release fixes two serious security problems and many bugs and implements SyncML 1.2. One security problem is a serious remote command execution hole that allows arbitrary commands to be run on the Web server by simply issuing a HTTP request. The other is a reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw. Both do not require a valid EGroupware account and work without being logged in. The older branches have also been fixed in SVN. It is recommended that all users update as soon as possible.

      •  21 Jul 2009 00:59

        Release Notes: This release fixes 3 security problems in FCKeditor (remote file upload), Tracker (an XSS problem), and Knowledgebase (an SQL injection). Everyone should update as soon as possible. HTML Purifier has been added as a preventive measure for FCKeditor content. There are many bugfixes since 1.6.001. There is CalDAV support for iPhone OS 3; see the test report.

        •  24 Nov 2008 21:20

          Release Notes: A complete rewrite of file manager DMS by means of streamwrapper and WebDAV. ACL control on directories and files, which allows uploads of big files. Multiple mail accounts and many bugfixes. Tracker has an escalation matrix for tickets and automatic mail conversion. Calendar has improved functions for recurring events. Addressbook has appointment-view, custom fields, and distribution lists shown in contact view and list. The project manager has improved template functionality. A new default theme for 1.6. Massive bugfixes for SyncML. Many useful extensions and bugfixes in all modules.

          RSS Recent comments

          02 Mar 2008 14:36 opensource_apostle

          Re: Pear HTTP_WebDAV_Server

          >

          > % The problem I'm having is that the

          > % application requires the

          > % HTTP_WebDAV_Server and says I can

          > % install it by

          > % running some PEAR command, but I

          > don't

          > % have access to

          > % OS to be able to run the command. Is

          > % there another way I

          > % can get the WebDAV_Server installed?

          > %

          > % Keith

          >

          >

          > Only thing you need it a basic Pear

          > installation, many webhoster already

          > install it. Our installation check,

          > should be able to find it. The

          > HTTP_WebDAV_Server package is supplied

          > with our egw_pear package, and does not

          > need to be installed separate. For

          > installation of Pear refer to

          > pear.php.net/manual/en...

          >

          > Ralf

          >

          Ralf,

          Can eGroupware be installed on a web server that doesn't

          have access to any folders outside the web server's root

          directory? With my current hosting provider I don't have

          access to anything outside my document root folder.

          Keith

          02 Mar 2008 07:18 opensource_apostle

          Re: Pear HTTP_WebDAV_Server

          >

          > % The problem I'm having is that the

          > % application requires the

          > % HTTP_WebDAV_Server and says I can

          > % install it by

          > % running some PEAR command, but I

          > don't

          > % have access to

          > % OS to be able to run the command. Is

          > % there another way I

          > % can get the WebDAV_Server installed?

          > %

          > % Keith

          >

          >

          > Only thing you need it a basic Pear

          > installation, many webhoster already

          > install it. Our installation check,

          > should be able to find it. The

          > HTTP_WebDAV_Server package is supplied

          > with our egw_pear package, and does not

          > need to be installed separate. For

          > installation of Pear refer to

          > pear.php.net/manual/en...

          >

          > Ralf

          >

          Ralf,

          You are correct in that Pear is installed, but the

          HTTP_WebDav_Server is not installed. I copied the egw-pear

          package (from your site) up to my hosting server, but I

          don't know if I have to do anything else. When I run the

          check_install it sees that Pear is installed, but it doesn't see

          the WebDav_Server.
          Are there some parameters I

          need to set some where that will help the program see it is

          installed or do I need to put the egw-ear in a specific

          directory?

          Keith

          01 Mar 2008 21:34 ralfbecker Thumbs up

          Pear HTTP_WebDAV_Server

          > The problem I'm having is that the

          > application requires the

          > HTTP_WebDAV_Server and says I can

          > install it by

          > running some PEAR command, but I don't

          > have access to

          > OS to be able to run the command. Is

          > there another way I

          > can get the WebDAV_Server installed?

          >

          > Keith

          Only thing you need it a basic Pear installation, many webhoster already install it. Our installation check, should be able to find it. The HTTP_WebDAV_Server package is supplied with our egw_pear package, and does not need to be installed separate. For installation of Pear refer to pear.php.net/manual/en...

          Ralf

          01 Mar 2008 19:25 opensource_apostle

          Re: ugh

          > Hi,

          >

          > we dont have documentation in doc or pdf

          > format.

          >

          > Our wiki (documentation link on

          > egroupware.org) has a manual

          > (egroupware.org/wiki/ma...)

          > which also contains information about

          > installing eGW

          > (egroupware.org/wiki/ma...).

          > Anyway installation is really easy, just

          > unpack eGW somewhere in the docroot of

          > your webserver and call the

          > corresponding URL in a browser.

          >

          > Ralf

          The problem I'm having is that the application requires the

          HTTP_WebDAV_Server and says I can install it by

          running some PEAR command, but I don't have access to

          OS to be able to run the command. Is there another way I

          can get the WebDAV_Server installed?

          Keith

          18 May 2006 05:49 ralfbecker Thumbs up

          Re: ugh
          Hi,

          we dont have documentation in doc or pdf format.

          Our wiki (documentation link on egroupware.org) has a manual (egroupware.org/wiki/ma...) which also contains information about installing eGW (egroupware.org/wiki/ma...). Anyway installation is really easy, just unpack eGW somewhere in the docroot of your webserver and call the corresponding URL in a browser.

          Ralf

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