We are extremely pleased to be able to announce that the Runbox 7 Calendar is now in beta test.
You may be aware that Runbox for a while has provided a calendar (CalDAV) service for calendar clients such as Outlook, Thunderbird Lightning, and macOS Calendar.
If you’ve previously used our CalDAV server you’ll be pleased to be able to finally use it through the web interface, not needing a separate program anymore.
The Runbox 7 Calendar currently offers month, week, and day views, you may add and edit events, and perform other basic actions.
It can also be synchronized with your other programs and devices by setting them up with our CalDAV service.
As this is still a Beta, not everything that your own calendar program can do will be available in the Runbox 7 Calendar quite yet. One notable missing feature is Tasks (TODOs) support – this will be coming later on as a separate feature.
We invite you to try it out by logging into Runbox 7 and clicking Calendar in the main menu.
And let us know what you think over in the Runbox 7 Forum!
2 thoughts on “Runbox 7 Calendar now in beta”
I am a Runbox customer (migrated to you from GMail). I tried Runbox 7 several times and ran into odd behaviour where folder contents or Search results would not update as expected. I ended up switching back to Runbox 6 for now.
I am used to helping out Open Source projects as a bug reporter. That’s why I’d like to know if you have a public bug / issue tracker for Runbox 7 ? For example I also use Jetbrains Intellij CE and they have such a thing: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issues.
Keep up the good work
Hello Oliver and welcome to Runbox!
We are happy to assist with the index issues you describe via https://support.runbox.com, while our public Runbox 7 issue tracker can be found here: https://github.com/runbox/runbox7/issues