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  •  17 Oct 2009 15:10
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    Release Notes: Lots of bugs were fixed in this release. The derby internal database was replaced by a PostgreSQL instance. Conversation grouping is now done with the Cyrus RFC5256 implementation.

    •  22 Aug 2009 20:23
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      Release Notes: This release focuses on fixing bugs. Threading and locking issues in the IMAP library and derby database usage should be fixed.

      •  29 Jul 2009 22:35
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        Release Notes: The drag-and-drop style has been changed to mimic the Gmail one. Email address searching is improved. obm-sync 2.2.7+ is now used for contact searches and user settings retrieval. Sieve filters management is available when running in GWT hosted mode, but is disabled in production builds.

        •  24 Mar 2009 09:52
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          Release Notes: This release features icalendar invitations rendering, a new graphical theme, contacts enhancements, and a bunch of bugfixes.

          •  11 Nov 2008 18:33
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            Release Notes: This releases has major stability fixes when moving email messages. It adds drag and drop support for moving conversations, email conversation previews, templates and starred email support, and many user interface fixes. For the first time, Debian packages of a complete OBM + MiniG architecture are available.

            •  28 Sep 2008 14:45
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              Release Notes: A folder tree was added, with instant updates on unread conversation counts. The "Move to folder XX" and "Mark as (un)read" actions are available in the conversation list. The IMAP client library was rewritten and is now based on Apache MINA for really improved performance.

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