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With our  +Open Build Service, you can easily help keeping the Kolab packages for your distribution up to date. Try it out!
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Andreas explains how he activated the #XMPP chat in the Kolab webclient:
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Congratulations to +Roundcube  for their 1.0 release! :)
 
Roundcube Webmail Version 1.0 finally arrived. Yay!
Come and celebrate with us!
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What to have a pre-configured +Docker image of Kolab? +Timotheus Pokorra is showing you how to create a Docker container for Kolab on #Jiffybox .
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HOWTO: Use #NGINX as the Web Server for Kolab:
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Andreas is reporting on his progress settings up Jabber #XMPP chat with Kolab:
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Nice addition! 
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Looking to integrate #ejabberd #XMPP chat Kolab.org? Here's how to:
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How to quickly and easily install a Demo Version of Kolab.org  with a +Docker image by +Timotheus Pokorra 
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+Diane Trout built Kolab from the bottom up and is asking:

How many of the Kolab components do you need to be running before you can be considered to be running "Kolab"?
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Groupware Solution for Emails, Appointments, Contacts and more
Introduction
Kolab is a Groupware Solution for Emails, Appointments, Contacts and more. It supports mixed client environments (Outlook/KDE) because of an open storage format. Any email client speaking standard protocols can be served.