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Bongo is an open source or free software mail and calendar project which is intended for small groups of people and individuals. It is not supported or sponsored by any commercial entity, and is being at alpha-level software, which its FAQ describes as not suitable for production. It runs on several Linux distributions.
Bongo descends from the Hula project. On November 28th, 2006, Novell announced that they would no longer work on Hula full-time. The community that had developed around Hula attempted to continue the project, and Nat Friedman later announced that the community would take the project forward in an audio interview he did with LUGRadio in the UK.
However, that proved to be a short-lived episode in the project’s life, as in January 2007 Novell announced that they would be selling the Netmail business to Messaging Architects