NullLogic Groupware is a multi-user Web-based groupware package designed for contact management and event scheduling which includes additional features such as private messaging, public discussion forums, shared hyperlinks, file bases, a Web email client, and a simple order processing system. The main goal is to make your data accessible to you from anywhere at any time without the need for special software to be installed on the client computer.
Linux and Windows are both supported, and it has been thoroughly tested with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and ODBC. This is the initial release of the new 1.3 development branch. More things were broken than fixed in this release, so if you’re not a programmer, you may want to stick with 1.2. Highlights include the addition of pop3s and smtps support, the addition of a dedicated module for SMTP queue management, and fixes for several autoconf bugs. This release fixes a major memory leak and several segfaults in the SSL support.
New in this release is the introduction of support for hosting virtual domains. This releases fixes several bugs related to the support of virtual domains. Among other things, data for a virtual domain is now completely restricted to access by members of that domain. The SMTP server now also accepts mail for all domains. A search form for email has been added. Email MIME decoding has been modified to use buffers instead of direct output. Email message bodies are now fully searchable. Email files are now stored in subdirectories corresponding to their mailbox id. Email accounts and files are now stored in corresponding domain directories.