Achievements for Releases 3.6.x
- New UI element for extended free/busy information display.
- UI support for:
- Displaying of PIM folders in the E-Mail view
- PIM folder type setting
- IMAP folder ACL setting
- Re-use of Kolab IMAP email credentials for PIM folder configuration.
- Kolab PIM folder autodiscovery and automatic setup.
Achievements for Releases 3.4.x
- Via the evolution-kolab plugin, Evolution can connect to a Kolab server and use it as a groupware server.
- Multiple Kolab accounts can be used at the same time.
E-Mail, Events (Calendar), Contacts (Address Book), Task Lists (ToDos) and Memo Lists (Notes) are supported, which can be shared among and concurrently accessed by multiple Kolab clients.
- Free/Busy-Lists and extended Free/Busy-Lists are supported.
- Providing full Offline-Support is completed, including offline editing, as well as conflict detection and resolution for PIM data during synchronisation with a Kolab server.
- Secure connections to the Kolab server via SSL and TLS are supported.
evolution-kolab_user-manual_v1.3.pdf: evolution-kolab User Manual v1.3
RFC Reference: A reference of RFCs concerning evolution-kolab
Known Client Issues: Known issues with Evolution and Kontact
Conversion Issues: Known issues with Kolab XML format conversion
Trouble Shooting: Solving issues when operating evolution-kolab
Howto Collection: A collection of HOWTOs regarding evolution-kolab
The old project website is located at:
evolution-kolab for Evolution/E-D-S 2.30
The plugin can be compiled for Evo/E-D-S version 2.30.3. The branch for that series is gnome-2-30, so if you want to compile from source for Evolution/E-D-S 2.30.3, please be sure to use the gnome-2-30 branch.
Notes for building and installing evolution-kolab 0.30 binaries manually from source for gnome-2-30 can be obtained from evolution-kolab's Git repository. Release files, user documentation and further supplemental material for the old series can be found at the SF Files section.
Project Infrastructure at GNOME.org
List Info: http://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/evolution-hackers/
List Archives: http://mail.gnome.org/archives/evolution-hackers/
Old list used for the development efforts in 2012 (Archives):