Release Notes: This release adds XMPP Chat Integration into Webclient Cyrus 2.5.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release are a new file cloud storage feature and CalDAV/CardDAV support for a great variety of devices, platforms, and clients. There are also improvements and automations for multi-domain hosted environments. Shared folders can now not only be created with the kolab commandline utility, but also in the Web administration interface.
Release Notes: The most notable new features are CalDAV and CardDAV support. There is also integration with file storage in the Web client. It serves files through WebDAV.
Release Notes: Compared to the old 2.3.4 stable release, this version features a new modern Web client that integrates Roundcube instead of Horde. It integrates a lot better into existing user directory setups. Security as well as scalability has been greatly improved. It is now possible to scale all functional components of Kolab separately. There is a new unified command line utility for administrative tasks.
Release Notes: This release mainly fixes reported bugs and stabilizes the Debian packages further. Users of earlier 3.x releases can simply upgrade to the new packages, since Kolab is now on a rolling release. Great progress has been made packaging Kolab for OpenSUSE 12.2.
Release Notes: The highlights of this release are working Debian packages, object types editing in the Web admin, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The Kolab Groupware Server is now feature complete and ready for the first alpha. Integration into existing user directory setups, security, and scalability were improved. It is now possible to scale all functional components of Kolab separately. Also, there is a new unified command line utility for administrative tasks.
Release Notes: This release fixed some bugs including an annoying build error that affected many people and the range header DoS vulnerability in the Apache Web server.
Release Notes: This release not only includes a lot of bugfixes (most of them in the Web client) but also some important security fixes in core components like the Apache HTTPD server, PHP, and Cyrus IMAPd. Users are strongly encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This is the second bugfix release for the Kolab 2.3 series. Most fixes are in the Free/Busy stack and the automatic resource handling. The update to postfix 2.8 brings a lot of new features like postscreen and multi-instance support, however none of them is enabled by default to allow smooth upgrades. The ActiveSync configuration introduced in Kolab 2.3.1 has slightly been reworked and Z-push 1.5.3 makes synchronization with mobile devices more reliable.