An XSS vulnerability has been reported, and fixed in roundcube. see http://seclists.org/oss-sec/2016/q2/414 and https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues/5240
There has been a new release of Roundcube: https://roundcube.net/news/2016/04/20/updates-1.1.5-and-1.0.9-published
At TBits.net we have a setup for a customer, where Kolab 3.4 needs to cooperate with Exchange, and with an older mail system during the transition. This post describes how to configure Postfix to do this job.
I had the problem that I used an password containing the character “
There has been a new release of Roundcube: https://roundcube.net/news/2015/12/26/updates-1.1.4-and-1.0.8-released/ I have updated the OBS package with this version, and you can run yum update or apt-get update && apt-get upgrade depending on your Linux OS. For more details about how
First I want to say that I am glad that there is https://obs.kolabsys.com, the OBS instance maintained and sponsored by Kolab Systems. Jeroen put a lot of work into making that system work. Unfortunately, it seems Jeroen is the only
There has been a new release of Roundcube: https://roundcube.net/news/2015/09/14/updates-1.1.3-and-1.0.7-released/ I noticed that because Epel already has version 1.1.3, but Kolab 3.4 Updates still has 1.1.2. Now there is an installation conflict, because yum wants to use the epel version, but that leads
Just before the Kolab Summit, at the end of April 2015, the Phabricator instance for Kolab went online! Thanks to Jeroen and the team from Kolab Systems who made that happen! I have to admit it took me a while
This describes how to install a docker image of Kolab. Please note: this is not meant to be for production use. The main purpose is to provide an easy way for demonstration of features and for product validation. This installation
This article is an update of the previous post that built a Docker container for Kolab 3.3 from September 2014. Preparation I am using a Jiffybox provided by DomainFactory for building the Docker container. I have installed Fedora 21 on a Jiffybox.