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There are no upcoming events (OGo) is an Open Source collaborative software (groupware) server for multiple clients.

Groupware is software intended create an environment that will foster communication and coordination among a group of people. Functions include: Project and task definition, collaborative writing, workflow systems, group calendaring, hypertext linking, email and mailing lists, and newsgroups.

The OGo software can be run from a standard web browser on a network-connected computer.

OGo provides a very flexible environment in which we may create workspaces that may be used for just about anything.

OGo is a direct descendant of the SKYRiX 4.1 groupware server.

 OGo 1.0.0

Free to download



Helge Heß and many others


System Requirements
SOPE application server

LDAP server
IMAP server (e.g. Cyrus)

Documentation, Mailing Lists

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Features include:

  • An XML-RPC API for developing clients or integrating with other applications
  • Support for network hotsync of Palm PDA devices
  • The ZideStore integration server
    • WebDAV access to projects files and notes
    • CalDAV support for clients like Mozilla Sunbird
    • GroupDAV access to groupware information
    • Retrieval of calendars in iCalendar format via HTTP
    • A commercial Microsoft Office Outlook plugin (Zidelook)
  • Full featured scheduling
    • Conflict reporting
    • Free/Busy
    • Resource reservation
  • Comprehensive Contact management
  • Document Sharing
  • Project and task management including task workflow
  • IMAP4/MIME Webmail Client with good integration to projects / documents
  • Arbitrary linking of objects to represent relationships
  • Task management
  • Resources Planner

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