Release Notes: Many enhancements were made in the time/activity module (better displays, user group selections, and PDF generation), in the calendar module (double-click popups, ICS, and VCS import fixes), in the mail system handling (auto folder creation, multiple name spaces support, and subdomains handling), and the LDAP system (public contact synchronization and specific postfix relay map generation). An SSO server mechanism has been embedded. Many fixes and improvements were made in Invoice, password handling, group, and other modules.
Release Notes: Many enhancements were made in the calendar module (views bookmark, new views, and view selector). OBM now support ACL on groups. A simple user importing tool has been added. A global cron system has been added to handle all OBM automation tasks.
Release Notes: This release has a global system services handling rewrite that allows granular updates and delegation handling. There is a new organizational chart module. Many fixes and enhancements were made in the calendar module and in the global CRM and Project modules. Private and public contact and group rights separation have been added. Selections are now available via AJAX or via popup. Performance improvements were made for big sites (many thousands of users).
Release Notes: The OBM-LDAP and OBM-Mail update systems have been rewritten to allow finer grained updates. Administration can be delegated for a population target. Some selectors are now implemented with AJAX to avoid some popups. An organizational chart module has been added. Many enhancements and fixes were made in the overall application.
Release Notes: Display has been totally rewritten with some Ajax (including drag and drop in the calendar). OBM can now handle a messaging system (Postfix, Cyrus), a directory (OpenLDAP), and a Windows domain. It is now multi-domain, with separated data. Installation and configuration have been improved. Security enhancements were made, including a removal of the need for register_globals. Calendar has been rewritten, and many new modules and fixes were included.
Release Notes: This release can handle an OpenLDAP directory, a complete distributed mail system (Postfix or Cyrus), and a Windows PDC. It has a totally new display (with some Web 2.0, such as a drag and drop in calendar). OBM now works with register_globals set to off. Among the huge new features are new modules, better configurability, new tools, and user-configurable categories. There is Outlook and PDA synchronisation for calendar and contact. A plugin for Thunderbird/Lightning is in the works.
Release Notes: This release runs on PHP 5 (and PHP 4.3+). Many CRM improvements: a new Lead module to store unqualified deals, Deal and Invoice dashboard with charts, multi-company deal support, and new deal info (commission, sales delays, source, region, etc.). The calendar now features resource queries in meeting handling, a planning view with unlimited users, and task allocation. Many enhancements were made in the project and time modules (time spent planning, references tasks were added, and an activity dashboard with unlimited users). Many fixes and enhancements were made in the framework and many modules.
Release Notes: Project and Invoice portlets were added on the home page. The Artichow chart library was integrated. The Invoice module now has a dashboard with data and charts (amounts billed, potential, payment). Many improvements and bugfixes were made in the Calendar, Contact, Deal, List, and Contract modules.
Release Notes: Global enhancements were made in the List module, in the OF framework, and in many modules. All obm module categories are now handled by the framework. Contact sounding and approximative search were added, ancompany advanced search is now available everywhere. Cursor handling improvements were done, and new parameters are available. Many fixes were made in many modules.
Release Notes: A backup management module and a resource module were added. Global framework enhancements were made. The Document and Calendar modules were cleaned up and rewritten with many improvements. Many enhancements and fixes were made in nearly all modules.