Version 0.7.3 of OPEN-XCHANGE

Release Notes: This release contains some bugfixes and improvements over earlier versions. You'll also find some installation HOWTOs for Debian, Red Hat, SUSE, Slackware, Mandrake, and FreeBSD on the official Web site.

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Release Notes: This release provides a number of new user interface and backend features. A PIM user can now invite external participants, edit contacts directly in distribution lists, expunge messages in the mail folder context menu, and choose the target file store and/or database cluster by context creation.

Release Notes: This update provides a new and improved Open-Xchange Server backend with enhancements for both generations. It includes a new, clear, and logical structure for the configuration files and packages, an improved exception framework, a unified OSGi, etc.

  •  31 Aug 2012 04:35

Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface backend features, including CalDAV access via Thunderbird/Lightning, with which it is possible to synchronize all Open-Xchange private, public, and shared calendars to the personal Thunderbird/Lightning client. Further user interface features are displaying appointment creator information and group tasks in the user interface.

  •  18 Jul 2012 20:40

Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface and backend features, including auto-logout from the user interface, saving draft mail attachments, and official support for CentOS 6. It provides a new social wizard plugin and a confirmation popup if the browser closed.

  •  19 Jun 2012 21:31

Release Notes: This release provides a number of user interface and backend features, including improved invitation handling like sending mail with a configured default sender address, messages for resources marked “[Resource]”, and invitation messages providing the correct time zone. It provides export functionality for the Task module.

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