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README.md

Kopano Core

Kopano Core provides the foundation for groupware messaging enabling clients such as Kopano WebApp, Kopano DeskApp, mobile and sync clients. With its modular architecture, Kopano Core enables the possibility for a variety of setup scenarios, scalable from a very low-powered system to a multi-datacenter setup providing messaging capabilities to tens of thousands of users.

Documentation

In-depth documentation, such as administration and user manuals about our products can be found on our Documentation Portal. Additionally, a Knowledge Base is available for quick start guides, handy code snippets, and troubleshooting help.

Contributing

The main development of Kopano Core takes place in a Bitbucket instance with development tickets organised in Jira. Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for steps on how to contribute patches.

Downloading compiled packages

Nightly builds of the master branch can be downloaded from https://download.kopano.io/. In addition to this, QAed builds of the release and stable branches are available to subscription holders from the Kopano Portal and a package repository.

Support

Community Support is available through the Kopano Forum and through the #kopano channel on the Freenode IRC network. Additional support options are available for subscription holders.