Kolab Single Sign On plugin

This new plugin (kolab_sso) adds possibility to authenticate users via external authentication services. For example, if your organization has such a service, users can access webmail with a single click (if already authenticated in the service). OpenIDC/OAuth2/SAML2 are technologies widely described and used in the Internet. So, I’ll just shortly write about what we provide at the moment.

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Folder sharing in Files

Kolab_files plugin adds “cloud” storage to Roundcube. It uses Kolab’s storage abstraction service called Chwala, which aside of Kolab storage supports also Seafile and WebDAV. Because it’s a different API we couldn’t just use the existing ACL plugin which operates on IMAP only.

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Mattermost (chat) integration

These days a chat application is a must-have for a groupware system. Kolab did some work in that direction in the past, but that didn’t really give good results yet. So, on a customer request, we decided to try another approach and integrate an existing open source chat application (actually that’s what we usually do). Read more to see how that works and how it opens ways to integrate other chat applications more easily.

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Elastic: Calendar

Two weeks ago I presented you the Tasks plugin on Elastic. 40KB of css code later I present to you the Calendar plugin. It involved also some refactorings and improvements in php/javascript code for better unification.

Just take a look at some screenshots. KolabNow users can test this live via the beta programme.

elastic-calendar

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Elastic: Kolab Tasks

Tasks (tasklist) plugin was next on my list of Kolab plugins to add support for the Elastic skin. It took slightly more time than I expected, but it is because I worked on the Calendar in the same time. It’s because both plugins use the same (or similar) user interface elements. Continue reading

Elastic: Kolab Notes

Last few weeks I was working on porting Kolab Notes plugin to Elastic. I wanted to see how it goes with some more serious chunk of our code base before I put my hands on Calendar, Tasks or Files. It was reasonably smooth, see the result…

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