Sogo

SOGo is a very fast and scalable modern collaboration suite (groupware). It offers calendaring, address book management, and a full-featured Webmail client along with resource sharing and permission handling. It also makes use of documented standards (IMAP, CalDAV, CardDAV, etc.) and thereby provides native connectivity (without plugins) to many clients such as Microsoft Outlook, Apple iCal, the iPhone, Mozilla Lightning, and a plethora of mobile devices.

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1.59K
Forks
277
Open issues
36
Closed issues
0
Last release
10 months ago
Last commit
7 months ago
Watchers
1.59K
Total releases
104
Total commits
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Open PRs
17
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License
gpl-2.0
Category
Usecase
Scheduling
Offers premium version?
NO
Proprietary?
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About

Contribute

SOGo is a collaborative effort in order to create the best Free and Open Source groupware solution.

There are multiple ways you can contribute to the project

  • Documentation reviews, enhancements and translations
  • Feature requests or by sharing your ideas (see the roadmap)
  • Participate in the discussion on mailing lists
  • Patches for bugs or enhancements
  • Provide new translations

Source Code

You can browse the lastest version of the source code online from Alinto's github repository:

To compile SOGo, you first need to obtain the source code of both SOGo and SOPE. The source code of SOPE and SOGo can be obtained from Alinto's github repositories:

The source code of the SOGo Connector extension for Thunderbird 78+ can be obtained from Alinto's github repository:

Please refer to the FAQ for compilation instructions.

Translations

SOGo and its associated components are available in various languages. The following list describes the official translations alongside their maintainers:

  • [en] English - Alinto
  • [ar] Arabic - Anass Ahmed
  • [eu] Basque - Gorka Gonzalez
  • [bs_BA] Bosnian - Refik Bećirović
  • [pr_BR] Brazilian Portuguese - Alexandre Marcilio
  • [bg] Bulgarian - Todor Todorov
  • [ca] Catalan - Hector M. Rulot Segovia
  • [zh_CN] Chinese (China) - Thomas Kuiper
  • [zh_TW] Chinese (Taiwan)
  • [hr_HR] Croatian - Jens Riecken
  • [cs] Czech - Šimon Halamásek
  • [da_DK] Danish (Denmark) - Altibox
  • [nl] Dutch - Roel van Os
  • [fi] Finnish - Kari Salmu
  • [fr] French - Alinto
  • [gl] Galician - Simon Lang
  • [de] German - Alexander Greiner-Baer
  • [he] Hebrew - Raz Aidlitz
  • [hu] Hungarian - Sándor Kuti
  • [id] Indonesian - Woka
  • [is] Icelandic - Anna Jonna Armannsdottir
  • [it] Italian - Alessio Fattorini
  • [jp] Japanese - Ryo Yamamoto
  • [kk] Kazakh - Nazym Idrissova
  • [lv] Latvian - Juris Balandis
  • [lt] Lithuanian - Mantas Liobė
  • [mk_MK] Macedonian - Miroslav Jovanovic
  • [sr_ME] Montenegrin - Ivan Pleskonjić
  • [nb_NO] Norwegian (Bokmål) - Jan Ivar Karlsen / Altibox
  • [nn_NO] Norwegian (Nynorsk) - Altibox
  • [pl] Polish - Paweł Bogusławski
  • [pt] Portuguese - Eduardo Crispim
  • [ro_RO] Romanian - Vasile Razvan Luca
  • [ru] Russian - Alex Kabakaev
  • [sr] Serbian - Bogdanović Bojan
  • [sr@latin)] Serbian (Latin) - Zlatko Štulić
  • [sk] Slovak - Martin Pastor
  • [sl_SI] Slovenian - Jens Riecken
  • [es_AR] Spanish (Argentina) - Federico Alberto Sayd
  • [es_ES] Spanish (Spain) - Dominique Couot
  • [sv] Swedish - Peter Johansson
  • [tr_TR] Turkish (Turkey) - Muhammed Yalçınkaya, Sinan Kurşunoğlu
  • [uk] Ukrainian - Oleksa Stasevych
  • [cy] Welsh - Iona Bailey

If you would like to translate the software in an other language, please consult the FAQ.

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