Release Notes: The AJAX user interface was optimized, with significantly reduced loading times and a much more responsive UI on slow computers and older browsers like IE 6. The user interface has some significant changes, like an improved HTML editor to compose email, and auto-completetion for known email addresses. The permissions now inherit access rights from the parent folder. A graphical admininistration interface is included for easy administration.
Release Notes: This release, available through CVS, adds a major performance increase for the AJAX GUI. Importation and exportation of CSV and iCAL have improved. This release supports more IMAP servers like Courier-IMAP because of some optimizations and bugfixes. The webmailer now supports the Auto-Complete Email Address feature. The server has been optimized to work with MySQL.
Release Notes: This stable release contains optimized Outlook support for public and shared folders, attachments and distribution lists, MySQL support, and enhanced interfaces for VOIP, Skype, and other apps. SyncML support was optimized, allowing any SyncML enabled device or handheld to share information with Open-Xchange. Java 1.5 is better supported, and this version includes security enhancements to protect both the connections between client systems and the Open-Xchange server and the Open-Xchange server and the network.
Release Notes: This release is able to use MySQL as a database backend and has some new views like a work week view. Additionally, the search methods were enhanced and improved. A RSS news feed is now included. The directory service integration was enhanced to support existing directory trees with users distributed over several different subtrees. The overall performance was improved, and work was done on the webmail usability.
Release Notes: The project module enhanced with GANTT charts, role management, task assignment, and permissions to become more of a project management module. The projects are now integrated into the overall folder concept. Additional week and month views can be configured to show colorized appointments by setting categories. The admin is able to integrate external address books into participant views. The ical interface now supports delete actions for clients like Mozilla Sunbird and others. Extended search capabilities are now available for bookmarks and knowledge.
Release Notes: Easier integration of custom features and functions without touching the core engine is now possible via simple configuration. Better integration of external spell check tools like aspell. Database and directory connections can now be split into readable and writable to achieve master/slave environments. Better i18n support for dates. Distribution lists have been optimized for better Outlook compatibility. Some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds support for external directory servers as data sources (accessible from the webmail addressbook), direct access to objects handled by Open-Xchange, ical improvements for several ical versions, support for more date formats, bugfixes, an enhanced API with more search capabilities, many performance optimizations, and dynamic lists and views for contacts and company views.
Release Notes: OX SyncML now supports the following mobile devices: Nokia 60s and 80s series, Motorola V550, and every handheld device which is able to install the Synthesis SyncML client. Event handling has been added to the modules Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks. This release extends SSL for LDAP connections. There are many major and minor bugfixes, as well as some minor improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds many bugfixes and some performance optimizations, full integration of the SyncML and SMIME support, and some enhancements to the OX API.
Release Notes: Private, public, and shared folders for appointments, contacts, and tasks including permissions. Attachments can be attached directly to appointments, contacts, and tasks. User setup is included. Lock and unlock support for documents via all interfaces. Auto completion for email addresses when you compose a new message. Better usability and easier handling. A complete API for common objects. Enhanced search functions. Many bugfixes.