• RE: Kopano OL Extension 1.5 available as beta

    Hi @eli ,

    I tried to reproduce this locally, but was not successful.

    Stopped Outlook and deleted GAB pst (to simulate a new profile)

    Contacts in the GAB after pst was recreated 93, 130 & 8

    Hit the gab resync in the settings.

    Contacts in the GAB after the process finished 93, 130 & 8

    Do you have a koe logfile for the initial sync?

    posted in Alpha
  • RE: Webapp problem on Ubuntu_16.04.

    Hi @abu-sayeed

    @abu-sayeed said in Webapp problem on Ubuntu_16.04.:

    What is my wrong?

    you did not install the php-mapi package, or did not include this php module in your php configuration.

    posted in Kopano WebApp
  • RE: Compiling Kopano Core 8.3.4

    Hi @emtie ,

    sorry I am not familiar enough with the WebApp to answer this question. Could you maybe instead post your question over in the webapp subsection?

    @emtie said in Compiling Kopano Core 8.3.4:

    I was not able to install all the dependencies cause Ubuntu 16.04 could not find php5-curl

    Ubuntu 16.04 uses php7 instead of php5.

    posted in Kopano Core
  • WebApp 3.4.0 beta available as beta

    WebApp is focused on making communication easier, faster and more enjoyable by making information available and accessible in a simple way. WebApp 3.4 will be another big step in that direction and today we’re happy to announce the availability of WebApp 3.4 beta. This version introduces improved categories, handling of flags on emails, a to-do list where everything comes together and much more.

    What’s new?
    If you’ve checked out our roadmap, you may know that ‘information management’ is one of the primary themes for WebApp product development. We’d like to take this opportunity to share some of the highlights in this release that fit to that theme.

    Flag handling & to-do list

    While it has always been possible to add flags to email items in WebApp, this new feature takes that to the next level. From this version on, you have the ability to add/set a flag to email items in order to mark them for follow-up. The new flags menu allows you to select a date before which you want to follow up. This will also create a reminder!

    The Tasks view now provides a complete overview of your to-do’s: every task as well as every message flagged for follow up appears on this list and each item can be opened directly.

    Improved categories
    In previous versions of WebApp, categories were a quite ‘hidden’ feature. This new version takes a new approach with categories and gives them a prominent place in your overviews. Adding a category is quite easy can can be done from the overview (hover an email to see the ‘add category’ icon and click it), or right click an item to open the context menu.

    Categories can be used to organize your information. The category name, combined with colors can be used on email, calendar items, contacts and more. In your inbox, categories are prominently displayed in each email, allowing you to see what is what in one glance.

    Your calendar overview can get very colorful when you use categories, as your meetings and appointments will be shown in the color of the category. Additional categories can be seen when hovering the item or directly when in the list view.

    Important notice regarding Flags & Categories
    Older versions of WebApp provided a combination of flags and categories in the form of the colored flags. Previously, when you set a flag (e.g. yellow), your item would be marked as ‘flagged’ (without a due date or reminder added), and it would get a category with the name of the color (yellow, in case of the example).

    All items that used to have a colored flag assigned, now display a category with the corresponding color assigned to it. When you first use a ‘new style’ category that corresponds with the traditional colored flags, WebApp will ask you if you want to give this category a new name. If you choose a new name, old items that had that colored flag assigned will also display the new name. This is intended to get an easy jump-start into the new categories feature, and it can only be used once per category.

    Search folders
    If you’ve got a search query you use frequently you’re in luck! After you’ve completed a search you can now save it as a ‘search folder’ which will show up in your favorite folders list! Clicking it allows you to start a search with the same terms in just one click.

    And much more…

    • Copy/pasting of calendar items
    • TinyMCE upgrade
    • Time indication in calendar
    • Updated intranet plugin
    • Performance improvements
    • Lots of smaller improvements and bugfixes

    For the full list of changes, check out the changelog.

    Where do I get the release?

    The packages for this new version have been synchronized to the repositories, the portal and the download server! The WebApp documentation has been updated where required and is available on documentation.kopano.io. As always, the latest development version can be downloaded from the community download server. If you have any feedback, send an email to feedback@kopano.com or open a topic in our Kopano forum!

    posted in Alpha
  • RE: Develop branch & repository update and Z-Push 2.4

    Our develop branch is now unstable as it contains several tickets for Z-Push 2.4.0.
    You can see the progress here: https://jira.z-hub.io/projects/ZP/versions/10211

    posted in General usage of Z-Push
  • RE: Invalid To header value when sending mails to contacts

    Hi @ashceryth ,

    can you give the exact Kopano Core version you tested this with? This reminds me of https://jira.kopano.io/browse/KC-772, which I just verified again as “works” with the upcoming release.

    posted in Kopano WebApp
  • RE: New batches of errors since upgrading

    Hi Caldwell,

    do you have SELinux enabled? Maybe there are some its restrictions in place? It is strange that Z-Push is able to write to the error log, but not the regular log.


    posted in Synchronising (mobile) devices via Z-Push
  • RE: Newbie question on kopano python

    @mdoehle said in Newbie question on kopano python:

    I found this Document:


    Here you can find all Attribute indexes of an Exchange server. For example:

    Property long ID (LID): 0x00008093

    This is in decimal 32915

    So, now I have a way to find proper Indexes

    yeah, we didn’t get around to adding all the common pidlids to eg MAPI.Tags yet. so you’ll have to define them yourself for now, eg as follows:

    PidLidEmail2EmailAddress = “PT_STRING8:PSETID_Address:0x8093”

    and then you can do:

    address = item.get_value(PidLidEmail2EmailAddress) or “”

    yeah, python-kopano is still pretty young at this point (3 years?), and we are adding things all the time. creating an abstraction layer above MAPI is not an easy task…

    posted in Scripting
  • RE: Newbie question on kopano python
           if prop_MAIL1 == "None":

    note that you can write this shorter as:

    prop_MAIL1 = item.get_value(‘address:32899’) or “”

    posted in Scripting
  • RE: Error with ipcsharedmemoryprovider.php

    This sounds very weird. Could you use ipcs to check the entries and semaphores? Did you change permissions on z-push code during the installation?
    Try to remove the semaphores (& entries) and retry. If you have difficulties with that, a reboot could also do that for you.


    posted in General usage of Z-Push

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