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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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  •  06 May 2014 16:45

    Release Notes: This release contains important security fixes; please update ASAP. These include remote command execution for logged in users with administrative privileges, and cross-site request forgery allowing one to create new admin users or run the above commands.

    •  12 Apr 2012 11:34

      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.

      •  01 Dec 2010 16:36

        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 06:57

          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.

          •  20 Jul 2009 22:03

            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.

            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

            > http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.php

            >

            > 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

            > http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.php

            >

            > 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

            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 http://pear.php.net/manual/en/installation.php

            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

            > http://egroupware.org) has a manual

            > (http://egroupware.org/wiki/manual)

            > which also contains information about

            > installing eGW

            > (http://egroupware.org/wiki/manualSetup).

            > 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

            Re: ugh
            Hi,

            we dont have documentation in doc or pdf format.

            Our wiki (documentation link on http://egroupware.org) has a manual (http://egroupware.org/wiki/manual) which also contains information about installing eGW (http://egroupware.org/wiki/manualSetup). 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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