phpGroupWare – groupware suite written in PHP

phpGroupWare (formerly known as webdistro) is a multi-user groupware suite written in PHP and part of the DotGNU project.

It provides about 50 web-based applications including a Calendar, Addressbook, an advanced Project manager, Todo List, Email, and File manager. These applications can share a common user store, and a flexible Access Control List (ACL) system to control access and information sharing.

The calendar supports repeating events and includes alarm functions. The email system supports inline graphics and file attachments. The system as a whole supports user preferences, themes, user permissions, multi-language support and user groups. It includes modules to set up and administer the working environment. The groupware suite is based on an advanced Application Programming Interface (API).

phpGroupWare is flexible and scalable. It is suitable for small groups of people and large organisations.

At the core of phpGroupWare is an advanced Application Programming Interface (API) which allows users to build and deploy their own web based applications quickly and easily. The API supports multiple database backends, permissions and access controls, user interface generation and multiple languages.

Features include:

  • Comes with over 50 applications.
  • Contacts management.
  • Email.
  • Shared calendar.
  • Web content and document management and sharing.
  • Project management.
  • Issues tracking.
  • Supports over 20 languages.

Website: savannah.gnu.org/projects/phpgroupware
Support:
Developer: phpGroupWare Development Crew
License: GNU GPL v2

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