also these days, webmail/nextcloud can be used as groupware too, with
calendars/contacts included.. webmail gpg support is very rare (for a
pretty good reason imo), but mailpile can be used instead...
On 10/25/20 9:56 AM, Dimitris T. via Dng wrote: > > Hey, >
> On Sun, 2020-10-25 at 15:25 +0900, Simon Walter wrote:
>> I am particularly interested in a "groupware" type of solution. I am
>> currently using SOGo. I am not stuck on that though. Things like
>> CardDAV, etc., are useful for me as I like to keep my contacts and
>> schedule synced across devices.
> from my experience, evolution can be a complete replacement for
> thunderbird as groupware... caldav/carddav/pgp are included by default.
> currently i use tbsync & other extensions in TB to sync with own
> nextcloud.. (only filelink extension isn't available in evolution)
> still recommending TB to clients/people though... cross OS
> compatibility and extremely simple moving/backing up TB profiles
> between systems being the main reason, and autoconfig accounts when
> supported by server, another... (like outlook does...).
> my 2c,
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