One part we're doing some significant work on for Kolab 3.0 is the Kolab Web Administration Panel (or WAP, for short).
Again, you ask? You may remember the look-and-feel revamp Kolab Systems performed in Kolab 2.3 - this one is different though.
I hear you think, "Don't they all say that all the time?", and you're probably right. Pictures or it didn't happen, is what I would say. I'll do you one better; Want to click around yourself, perhaps?
Check out admin.klab.cc/~vanmeeuwen/kolab-wap/public_html/. Login with your full email address (not an alias, see bug #594), such as 'firstname.lastname@example.org', but not 'email@example.com', and the same password you are using for our http://webmail.klab.cc demo environment.
Don't have an account yet? Don't worry. Send your givenname and surname to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our admins will create an account for you.
Please note it is a work under construction, and this is a "Release Early" under the "Release Often" mantra. We have a list of known issues. Feel free to add one or two, the more the merrier.
Should you want to try yourself, perhaps against your own Kolab Groupware (test?) installation, please clone the GIT repository like so:
$ git clone git://git.kolab.org/git/kolab-wap
and follow the instructions in the INSTALL file. Note that you will need a MySQL server, and a system that allows you to have an /etc/kolab/kolab.conf file in .INI format (that means, no installing this on existing OpenPKG Kolab 2.3 servers) - work is undergoing to document the full extent of the configuration options available. An example is available here.