Current roadmap of grommunio (as of 24th of December, 2022):
The Current Stable stable release of grommunio has been released on the 24th of December 2022, with a support lifecycle of 3 years and optional extended lifecycle extensions available with grommunio’s subscription program.
The Next stable release is planned for release in Q2 2023 with the following features:
Full support for group-mapping from LDAP-backends
New filesystem storage backend with application-level, store-wide deduplication and enhanced integrity through hash-based storage
Completed EWS feature-set to fully support macOS and Outlook mobile clients
AI processing will allow insight information for in-depth communication analysis, enabling next-generation analytics on collaborative data.
Full modern Authentication for Microsoft Outlook, IMAP and POP3
Full support of EAS 16.1 (Attachments on calendar items)
The Future release is planned after the Next release with the following featureset, according to current plans:
Open Source Graph API implementation, with grommunio Next as modern multi-account client. As part of the implementation, grommunio Next will provide native S/MIME and GPG support
grommunio is committed to delivering quality software products in a customer-friendly and predictable way.
The release model of grommunio is divided into 2 different chains:
Major releases (e.g. 2022.12.1, 2021.08.1, 2022.05.1)
Minor releases (e.g. 2022.12.2, 2021.08.3, 2022.05.2)
Major releases contain are determined to larger feature sets as well as including potential architectural changes whereas minor releases are focused on bugfixes, security updates and smaller features.
While grommunio does everything to provide the highest level of transparency, the roadmap document is subject to change based on factors such as customer demand, technological adaption or community response. While this document is crafted with the highest level of care and accuracy, there might be changes, which grommunio communicates through its available communication channels, such as social networks, newsletters and on grommunio’s other news sections.