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  2. Horde (software) - Wikipedia

    Horde as a generic web application framework primarily supported the webmail as well as a set of groupware applications by the time Horde 3.0 was released in 2004. The modular and flexible nature of the software allowed many service providers and packagers to integrate the software into their portfolio.

  3. Zimbra - Wikipedia

    Zimbra Collaboration, formerly known as the Zimbra Collaboration Suite (ZCS) before 2019, is a collaborative software suite that includes an email server and a web client. ...

  4. List of collaborative software - Wikipedia

    Horde; InLoox, web-based project management and collaboration software with Outlook integration; LiquidPlanner, web-based project management and collaboration software; Mindquarry, has document synchronizing, wiki, task management; PBworks is a commercial real-time collaborative editing (RTCE) system; phpGroupWare, has a project collaboration ...

  5. Comparison of email clients - Wikipedia

    Horde LLC Cross-platform GPL-2.0-only: Webmail: K-9 Mail: K-9 Dog Walkers: cketti, et al. Android Apache-2.0: GUI KMail: KDE: Cross-platform GNU General Public License: GUI Mail (Windows) Microsoft Windows Proprietary: GUI Mailbird: Mailbird: Windows Proprietary: GUI Mailpile: Mailpile: Windows, macOS, Linux AGPL-3.0-or-later: Webmail: mailx ...

  6. Web beacon - Wikipedia

    Examples of email software able to do this include Gmail, Yahoo!, Hushmail, and SpamCop/Horde webmail clients; Mozilla Thunderbird, Claws Mail, Opera, Pegasus Mail, IncrediMail, Apple Mail, later versions of Microsoft Outlook, and KMail mail readers.