Group-Office 6.6 released

 We're proud to announce Group-Office version 6.6! This release comes with some great new features:

  • Rewritten Tasks module
  • User interface improvements
  • Redesigned notifications
  • Improved security
  • New permission system for modules

Tasks moduleThe tasks module has been rewritten from scratch. The user interface is responsive so it works on mobile devices and it takes advantage of the new framework features such as...

Apache Log4j vulnerability "Log4shell"

A very severe security vulnerability named "Log4shell" was found in Apache Log4j. You can read more about it here:

https://nvd.nist.gov/vuln/detail/CVE-2021-44228

We are getting a lot of questions from customers who are concerned if Group-Office is affected by this vulnerability.

Luckily, I can say that Group-Office or it's dependencies never used this software. The Debian package of Group-Office uses the Apache webserver but this is different software.

That said, it might be that...

Group-Office 6.5 released

We're proud to announce Group-Office version 6.5. This version brings you various enhancements.

Smaller header barA small visual enhancement but with great benefits. We made the top bar smaller by integrating the navigation tabs into it. This gives you more space for the app.

Smarter employee managementManage all employment settings from the user dialog. Manage activities, holiday hours and fees at one place. Holiday calculations are automatically made based on the employment agreements. Th...

Installing LibreOffice online

Group-Office integrates nicely with LibreOffice or Collabora Online. Enabling you to edit text, spreadsheet and presentation documents in your browser. You can also collaborate on documents by editing with multiple users.

In this post we'll cover the installation of LibreOffice Online with Docker and a reverse proxy and natively on Debian. When it's running you can proceed to the Group-Office manual to integrate it. Good luck!

LibreOffice OnlineDocker

Announcing Group Office Studio

The last seven months have been strange. However, we worked hard and it is with a certain pride that we announce a new module in Group Office 6.4. The Studio module enables administrators to create their own modules, without the need to be able to code.



Two Target Audiences, one GoalThe studio module is aimed at both seasoned Group Office administrators and developers. By the use of custom fields and custom filters, Group Office already had some very powerful tools to adjust func...

Group-Office 6.4 updated

It's been a while since version 6.4 has been released. Since then this version has been patched with many new features! We're going to show you the highlights of them:

Updated Group-Office Assistant We've made a new release for the Assistant which enables you to edit any Group-Office file directly on your computer. We relied on WebDAV in the first versions but WebDAV has been proven to be unreliable on some systems. That's why we're now using our own protocol to edit the files which will alwa...

Group-Office 6.4 released!

We're proud to announce Group-Office 6.4.  In this release we've completely redesigned the address book, custom fields system settings and more!

Address book The address book was completely redesigned with a modern look and feel. It's easier to use and integrates in other modules.


You can read more about it in the manual here:

https://groupoffice.readthedocs.io/en/latest/using/address-book.html

Custom filters The address book is the fi...

Group Office 6.3 released!

I’m proud to announce the release of Group-Office 6.3. This version is fully loaded with new features, performance enhancements and a brand new look and feel:

This is a first step of many towards a new GroupOffice platform. The new platform will have a standardised API, a better user experience and a responsive interface for optimal display on any device.

Fully open source We’ve included all the synchronisation features in the open-source version as we've changed our view on ...

Upgrading Group-Office on a Synology using Docker

Previously, I've written a post about installing Group-Office on a Synology NAS using Docker. Here's a writeup about how to update Group-Office.

1. Login to the Synology NAS web interface.
2. Launch Docker from the Applications menu.
3. On the "Containers" tab, stop the Group-Office container.
4. Select it and choose "Settings" -> "Export".



5. Save the settings to a folder on the NAS:



6. Delete the group-office container...

Install Group-Office on a Synology NAS with Docker


This is a walkthrough on how to install Group-Office on a Synology NAS with docker. Make sure you've installed Docker via the Synology package center.

  1. Launch Docker
  2. Go to the “Registry” tab and s...

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