Release Notes: This release improves and simplifies the experience of installing, starting, and setting up a Collaba server, adds a cross-platform user-friendly server startup application, makes it much easier to upgrade from one version to the next (drag and drop upgrades), significantly increases server performance and efficiency, includes a much more robust WebDAV server, provides support for built-in incremental server backups, adds more platform expansion capabilities, and much more.
Release Notes: SYPECom's Enterprise interface has been added as a standard feature. There are hundreds of improvements to the platform's visual interface, numerous enhancements to most modules. Pre-configuration for Mozilla SeaMonkey has been added. There are dozens of other improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new Platform Expansion API, single-sign-on support for Learn360, roles support in the Service Expansion API, new options for purging user data, an improved WebDAV server, an improved POP3 server (with improved support for Mozilla Thunderbird), and dozens of other enhancements, improvements, and fixes. This release also marks a 20 to 50% price cut on all perpetual licenses.
Release Notes: This release introduces a completely new product line, a modernized user interface, a new demo interfaces, more flexible blog appearance customization, a smart wiki editor with section detection, the ability to include relative links and images in wiki articles, a new local wiki namespace making it easier to integrate wiki-powered content into Web pages, a new user-friendly installer for MacOS X, and dozens of other enhancements, improvements, and fixes.
Release Notes: The default Web server engine is now Apache Tomcat 6 (Embedded). It can also run as a standard Java servlet within a standard Tomcat 6 installation. This release also features a new Apache Ant-based startup system, smoother startup without root access, a new AJAX-based live chat module, a built-in Comet API, numerous under-the-hood changes in preparation for the upcoming transition to Apache Struts 2 + JSP + Tiles, and hundreds of other enhancements, improvements, and fixes.
Release Notes: Support for Zoho, a powerful on-line office suite, significant performance and stability improvements, an enhanced Single-Sign-On expansion API, and an improved built-in CAS authentication server. RSS feeds can now be displayed directly in the Bookmarks module. Multimedia blog attachments now displayed in-line. Support for YouTube, GoogleMaps, and other special objects was improved. Support for Mozilla Sunbird, Mozilla Thunderbird+Lightning, and others was added. LDAP synchronization performance was improved on high-traffic sites. There were hundreds of other changes.
Release Notes: This is a major release that introduces significant changes in the platform's architecture. Instead of the monolithic structure of 7.0 and earlier releases, this version is based on a kernel (application server), an application layer, and a developer interface layer. An extensive cleanup of the code base and of the external libraries has also been completed. Finally, this release includes hundreds of enhancements, additions (including a WIKI feature), changes, and fixes.
Release Notes: This release reshapes the entire product line by presenting a unified platform with a single non-limited list of features, a new licensing structure, and a new pricing list. There are no more "reduced" versions to get better pricing; all features are now available to everyone under one low-cost pricing list. This version also adds support for Java 6.0, increases server core performance significantly, and provides improvements in many areas: WebDAV server, RSS reader, anti-virus scanning, user privileges, disk quotas, and many more.
Release Notes: This release features a scriptable virtual file system, enhanced developer APIs, a completely revised online help system, and hundreds of other changes and fixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a new scripting language (VFSSL) to Collaba 6.1's new Virtual File System (VFS), allowing users to automate simple or complex tasks triggered by specific user actions. External commands programmed in Java can even be added to the scripting language system, providing a powerful tool for creating custom workflows within the VFS. This release also adds a number of security features to protect against "dictionary attacks" on all built-in network servers, as well as other fixes and improvements throughout the platform.