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Collaber provides a virtual office environment for your team to share files, events, and tasks, manage projects, and get the work done as if they are all located in the same location, no matter where the members are physically located. It keeps your data safe and secure.

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Recent releases

  •  29 Jun 2009 01:53

    Release Notes: This release adds spell checking for rich text editors. It adds support for applications using new Applications Tool. Two default applications are provided: "Sites" and "Meetings". There is support for "Collaber On Web". There is no longer a need to install Collaber to access your data.

    •  28 Feb 2009 08:03

      Release Notes: This is a production/stable release. It features encrypted workspaces, the ability to organize workspaces in groups, an improved filter view for all Tools, specially for the Task tool, the ability to add images in Notepad, no limit of content in Notepad and Discussion, improved shortcuts in all tools, improved synchronization, improved drag and drop support in the Files tool, a Tasks tool, improved copy and paste support in all tools, and much more.

      •  17 Feb 2009 06:13

        Release Notes: The Wiki now supports images. A Calendar widget was added to the backup tool. Unnecessary confirmation dialogs were removed from the Weblinks tool. Conflict resolution now occurs in the Shared Folder tool when the same file is modified or renamed by more than one member. Features like Merge, MergeAll, Replace, and ReplaceAll were added to the File tool for while copying a folder into another. A bug in the Calendar Tool that prevented context menus from being visible in Mac OS X with Ctrl+Click was fixed.

        •  19 Jul 2008 22:53

          Release Notes: Collaber now uses Eclipse 3.4. XULRunner 1.8.13 is included. Collaber no longer depends on any platform specific browser. The HTML Editor component used for Chat, Message, Discussion, Notepad, Wiki, et cetera is much improved now. The default font size was increased on all platforms. Many bugs were fixed in all tools. Startup speed was improved by lazy loading of data. The speed of uploading and downloading was improved. The IM window was improved with status and history features. All IM conversations are now stored.

          •  19 Jun 2008 07:51

            Release Notes: Collaber now uses a server based architecture, which will make a Web interface possible in the future. All data is stored on the server. Accounts can be imported in any number of devices, and all of your devices will be synchronized.


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