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Horde Application Framework

The Horde Application Framework is a modular, general-purpose Web application framework. It provides an extensive array of classes that are targeted at the common problems and tasks involved in developing modern Web applications.

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Recent releases

  •  17 Jun 2014 11:52

    Release Notes: Small bugfixes.

    •  04 Jun 2014 15:26

      Release Notes: Distinguishes application-specific from global login pages.

      •  21 May 2014 16:32

        Release Notes: This release adds sending messages via LMTP, improves ActiveSync device administration, and adds a small bugfix.

        •  05 May 2014 20:36

          Release Notes: Improved ActiveSync device administration. Warns about active Caps Lock key on the login page. Adds an import script for Open-Xchange. Adds configurations for new Horde Framework features. Small improvements.

          •  07 Mar 2014 11:44

            Release Notes: This release fixes detecting of expired sessions via AJAX and updates the Danish translation.

            Recent comments

            29 Jul 2005 05:06 namxam

            i think that's all i need to say. this project is amazing. and the provided extra projects offer almost everything you want if you want to provide a nice web interface for your mailserver.

            except the high requirements for the framework installation, everything is easily setup.

            so enjoy it. and have a look at the google coding summer projects as well as the horde bounty hunt ;)

            02 Mar 2005 17:59 swergar

            Excellent Groupware System
            Finally, a webmail (groupware) system can be used to replace Openwebmail. Excellent !

            thank you for your great work!!!!

            27 Sep 2004 14:37 certel

            Great Job
            Thanks, very useful.


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