Early access to our next-generation desktop client Kube is available for Kolab Now users!
Proceed to the download and installation instructions to get started.
Sometimes, we receive reports that either our general reputation has declined to the point that certain receiving parties will block some of the email sent through our infrastructure, and that bothers us — because it bothers our customers. This usually involves just a limited number of messages, but is annoying nonetheless.
Other times we receive reports of phishing. These usually do not include verbiage that is suitable for repeating in this here blog, as the reports reply to messages do not originate from us, usually refer to external, third party sites but are most importantly also not submitted through our infrastructure. We follow up these occurrences with abuse reports to web server hosting companies, email providers and through other associated channels, but responses are often not thorough and not quick.
While many of our customers have used collaborative editing, there’s certainly one aspect that could be improved; we’re seeing a lot of pending invitations to editing sessions, that apparently do not reach the intended recipient.
I’m pleased to announce the Kolab Now Knowledge Base, a library of FAQ articles, documentation relevant for users and customers, and “Learn More” walk-through articles showing you Kolab Now from the inside out.
Furthermore, our staff will be able to tell you more about what’s going on within the greater Kolab Now ecosystem through this blog roll.
Over the next few days and weeks, our support teams, engineers and consultants will be supplying the knowledge base with ever more information. Naturally, as new issues arise, or we find interesting topics to talk about, the documentation about it will land there, too.