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  •  02 Jan 2008 10:31

Release Notes: A user can now create a document or directory link (short-cut) in NOAH and make version and meta-data transparent through the link. Two more meta-data fields (Category and Status) have been added to NOAH, along with a Status state-machine that can be programmed to control who in the organization is allowed to move a document from one Status state to another. Font size buttons have also been added, along with improvements to NOAH's page layouts and colours.

  •  12 Jun 2007 23:51

Release Notes: A new database structure provides a dramatic speed improvement to content and meta-data searching along with a "theoretical" document limit of 4 billion with no speed penalties to "upload" and "move" commands. A number of user interfaces have been reworked, including the "move" command, along with a more intelligent WasteBasket organization. This release better supports browser bookmarks and gives the user more options on how to handle directory references in search results and elinks. Client Scripting now supports SSL for NOAH on a secure server.

  •  12 Dec 2006 05:46

Release Notes: Users can now subscribe to files and directories to receive email notification of new file versions. This release also has a more flexible 'admin group' implementation and more options on download menus as well as a number of minor changes to fix issues that were exposed with the latest Firefox (2.0) and Opera browser versions. A minor fix was also made to the client program to eliminate a potential configuration error.

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