In our ever ongoing effort to improve the service and get rid of legacy, we are again removing old infrastructure and replacing it with new. Where as this is seamless and invisible to some users, we have seen that others are running into – e.g. login issues.
We’ve received many requests to make the web client more useful on mobile devices, so we’ve put some of our development focus on a responsive skin for the Kolab Now web client, and in turn Kolab. The result already got great feedback from the early adopters, now the skin has been updated with fixes and additional functionality.
To test the new skin and functionality, please go to: https://beta.kolabnow.com/apps/ and login with your Kolab Now user login.
As me, you have probably been in this situation many times:
You spend hours on putting together the most perfect email presenting the project document that you have spent a month putting together, You select the most exquisite words from the vocabulary and make sure that every comma is in the right place and no spaces are left unaccounted for. You get ready for the perfect time to deliver this document to the influential audience of your mail. You press the
SEND button – the email leaves your screen with a small sound ….
On Saturday morning (CET) the DNSSEC records expired on one of our DNS servers. This caused a group of customers to have troubles logging in and connecting to Kolab Now services. The record has been renewed and all customers should have access (at 22:49 CET – Please read below).
As we recently announced, we have pursued an opt-in second factor authentication feature on Kolab Now. As described, the implementation is limiting users to the web client, and this requires some reconfiguration of various servers and services.