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These are the current Horde-related mailing lists. You must be subscribed to post to any of them. To subscribe either send an empty email to listname-subscribe@lists.horde.org (substituting the name of the list for "listname"), or use the web interface where you can fully manage your list subscriptions.

All of the Horde mailing lists are run using Mailman. You can also view the Mailman Members' Documentation for some further information.

 Before posting a question, consider the following points:

  • Read the FAQ first!
  • Take a look at the bugs database, too.
  • How To Ask Questions The Smart Way and How To Deliver A Report Without Getting Lynched are good reads.
  • Try searching the archives for any similar topics.
  • Help people help you - if you've searched the archives or read the FAQ or tried other solutions, say what you did that didn't work.
  • Always say what versions of Horde, any applications, Apache, PHP, etc. you're using.
  • Do include the entire error message, and if you're not getting an error message, look really hard for one before posting without.
  • Don't paste a whole test.php or phpinfo() unless asked; it's usually just noise.

 General Lists

List Traffic Archives Description
announce@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane] Horde-related announcements.
horde@lists.horde.org medium [MARC] [Gmane] For general discussion of the Horde Project, the Horde Core module, the Horde Groupware applications, new modules, or issues relevant to the Horde Project as a whole.
doc@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane] Discussions concerning documentation for the Horde Project.
i18n@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane] For internationalization and localization questions. If you are or want to become a translator of the Horde Project or for any problems with our applications in an international environment, this is the right place.

 Application Lists

List Traffic Archives Description
ansel@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
chora@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
gollem@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
imp@lists.horde.org high [MARC] [Gmane] [Google] List for IMP, the Horde email client, as well as the mobile version MIMP and the AJAX version DIMP.
ingo@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
kronolith@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
nag@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
sork@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]
turba@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane]

 Development Lists

List Traffic Archives Description
dev@lists.horde.org high [MARC] [Gmane] [Google] General Horde development list. Horde developers discuss various design and implementation issues here.
cvs@lists.horde.org high [MARC] [Gmane] [Google] Sign up to this list to receive an email every time someone commits a change to the Horde CVS tree.
commits@lists.horde.org high [MARC] Sign up to this list to receive an email every time someone commits a change to any of the Horde Git repositories.
sync@lists.horde.org low [MARC] [Gmane] For general discussion and development of Horde syncing solutions, mainly the SyncML effort.
bugs@lists.horde.org high [MARC] [Gmane] [Google] An archive of all submissions/changes to the bug database (http://bugs.horde.org). This is NOT a discussion list; the purpose of it is to serve as an archive.
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The Horde Project @hordeuser No, because such features are not possible via POP3.
7 months ago     

hordeuser @hordeproject does IMP support search/filter/sent items for POP3?
7 months ago     

ICTConsultant https://t.co/pz8RxJXFDV Download installers and virtual machines or run your own Horde Groupware Webmail server in the cloud.
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365webhost247 http://t.co/TQXN0Qlayd Stored XSS in FOG Image deployment system - FD - Vulnerability title: Multiple Stored ... -
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The Horde Project @ThijsRoumen Probably not, but again: please talk to your provider.
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