Posts Tagged ‘Web Client’

How are server side (sieve) filters working again?

Posted on: September 19th, 2022 by

Kolab Now offers a mail filtering feature. That makes it possible to apply a series of actions to specifically selected incoming emails, so that incoming mail meeting a certain criteria can be automatically processed by the server and handled/organized according to the defined actions. For example the server can move the message to a specified folder, redirect it to another account, send a reply, discard, delete, etc for as long as the defined criteria is fulfilled.

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Mobile friendly webmail is here and brings some changes

Posted on: September 2nd, 2019 by

We are happy to announce the coming release of our mobile friendly skin for Kolab Now. From 14th September 2019 on, your webmail will look a bit different. With the new skin, you will finally be able to use Kolab Now webmail with the browser on your phone. Check out our previous post for more information.

The default mail deletion behavior changes

We decided that the switch to the new skin would be a good opportunity also make another much requested change. We change the default way of deleting emails in the webclient.
Going forward, when you click on Delete, mails will be moved to your Trash folder, and you can then decide when to ’empty the trash’. Previously, deleted mails where only marked for deletion and hidden immediately without an obvious way to undo, and the hidden mails stuck around, clogging up your storage quota if they were not expunged. This led to a couple of support cases over the years. After some user testing we decided to go with what people are used to from other email clients and providers.

Our website gets a long needed update

Our website has been out-dated for quite some time so we decided to give it a major overhaul. For now, it is reduced to the bare necessities and we will add more content when needed. It should now be easier to find essential information and get access to support – among other things.

 

Feedback is always appreciated

We hope you like the changes we have been working on. Give us feedback by writing to support@kolabnow.com

Your Kolab Now team

A New Gregorian Year, A New Responsive Skin

Posted on: December 29th, 2018 by

The change of the year is always a good opportunity to look back at what has happened, and to make changes for the future. Earlier we have been writing about the work put into the Responsive skin (elastic skin) and it’s now time to enjoy the result we got out of the work that was done.

A version of a responsive skin was available on beta.kolabnow.com/apps for a while, but now it has finally passed QA, and is made available for all Kolab Now users.

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The end of short logins..

Posted on: November 19th, 2018 by

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.

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Kolab Now Responsive Skin

Posted on: August 13th, 2018 by

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.

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Don’t forget the attachments..

Posted on: January 15th, 2018 by

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 ….

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