Projects / is a set of applications for contact, appointment, project, and content management. It is comparable to Exchange and SharePoint. It is accessible using Web interfaces or using local clients via WebDAV, GroupDAV, and CalDAV. Custom applications can be developed using the XML-RPC API. runs on almost every GNU/Linux system.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 Jun 2009 19:56

    Release Notes: Memory leaks and logic were fixed. Notes are now supported on company objects. Creation of "fake" enterprise projects can be disabled. zOGI can perform mail notifications on task actions. Account commands no longer require the "staff" table. The "trust" table has been removed.

    •  10 Jun 2007 14:33

      Release Notes: This version contains no feature additions to the previous beta versions. It's the first release of with a stable API. A small set of bugs got fixed prior to this release.

      •  28 Aug 2006 20:57

        Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs and enhances the XML-RPC server with a few methods. Attendee status changes and add-me/remove-me operations now work properly when one of the attendees is read-protected for the login. The appointment form letter feature supports even more keys. Dial URLs are properly escaped. The FreeBSD port has a few improvements.

        •  18 Jul 2006 20:09

          Release Notes: This release adds support for 64-bit Linux, and fixes some form letter and WebDAV related bugs. Specfiles for CentOS 4.3, Fedora Core 5, and SuSE 10.1 were added. The FreeBSD packages have been improved.

          •  03 Jul 2006 14:06

            Release Notes: This release adds several additions. Some highlights include mail templates which are keyed on appointment types, the ability to generate links to open files from the local filesystem, and highly improved WebDAV support. The STLI CTI adaptor was added, and the initial state of the readonly/public flags in the contact editor can now be controlled using defaults. The usual smaller bugfixes were made, for example, in the iCalendar date handling.

            Recent comments

            16 Jun 2009 19:42 whitemice

            To od8: "Is it possible to use opengroupware 1.1.7 in enterprise?"

            Of course, that is the whole point of OGo. OGo is now being packaged on the Novell Build Service and v5.5 has just been branched - although the website does not reflect this.

            Apparently one can't reply to freshmeat comments directly anymore?

            12 Dec 2008 13:11 od8

            no stable update of opengroupware ?
            why where's no stable update of opengroupware ?

            The alone stable version (v1.0) is very old !

            Is it possible to use opengroupware 1.1.7 in enterprise ?



            12 Jun 2008 10:28 bjdevlin

            strongly recommended
            I'd heard of OGO on and off for some years, but never looked at it seriously (I've been a Lotus Notes administrator then developer for over 10 years). However, since I started to look at it a month or so ago, I've come to realise that as groupware OGO offers very many of the features that Notes offers. For sure, OGO is not going to be as scalable as Notes (maybe SOGO is), but because OGO implements WebDAV, groupDAV and xml-rpc interfaces it is possible to develop your own application front-ends to the core API (just as you can in Notes).

            What put me off OGO for a long time was the default interface shown in the screenshot linked above these comments. Well, first let me say, you can only get an idea of how cleverly implemented OGO is when you start to work with it. For example, the IMAP mail client implemented as a web app is the most fully-functional IMAP webmail client I've seen. There are large ISPs who offer an IMAP web-client that is positively stone-age compared to OGO's implementation.

            To really get an idea of how good OGO is, you must install it and play around with it for at least a few hours. Then you will start to see how flexible it is and how well-integrated the various components are (mail, document-management, project-management, tasks, contacts, calendaring).

            I would suggest starting by getting the InstantOGO cd image and installing it inside a virtual machine (VirtualBox worked best for me). In terms of reading to orient yourself as to what to expect, get the brief user manual: . Finally, if you decide to install it for yourself, expect to spend far more time twiddling with Postfix/Cyrus getting them to work right than you will spend getting OGO to work. If that all sounds like too much work, then just buy a license for InstantOGO.

            The people on the mailing list are very knowledgeable and very helpful. When I was struggling getting part of my install to work, one guy even produced a new set of packages to get me going. Clearly there is a lot of passion here - where else do you see such incredible support?

            Finally, don't put off evaluating OGO just because you don't like the default web UI. Once you've got it up and running, each user you create can select one of several different skins, some of which are far more aesthetically appealing (well, to me anyway).

            29 Oct 2007 23:41 crhpjeff

            Re: demo site?

            > Yes, the reason is that the software can

            > deal with some

            > thousand of users, but not with the

            > hundreds of thousands

            > which visit the site each month :-)


            > For a quick evaluation of the software

            > you might want to try the

            > OGo Knoppix Live CD which should be

            > available on the net.


            Maybe you could have the software purge every hour like many demos?

            15 Mar 2006 17:05 helge5

            Re: demo site?
            Yes, the reason is that the software can deal with some
            thousand of users, but not with the hundreds of thousands
            which visit the site each month :-)

            For a quick evaluation of the software you might want to try the
            OGo Knoppix Live CD which should be available on the net.


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