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  •  09 Mar 2005 03:38

Release Notes: This release features more vCal SyncML fixes and workarounds. There was a fix for duplicate items in SyncML, support for keeping an unlimited number of cell phones in sync with no duplicates, preliminary support for Sync4j SIF formats (./sifcalendar and ./siftask) used by the Sync4j PIM clients for Outlook, Pocket PC, and others, and a new smaller J2ME version with better error handling and GUI tweaks. This version should work on any J2ME device that has HTTP capabilities. A new J2ME HTTP test program is available to test your phone's J2ME capabilities. Setting base permission fixes were also made.

  •  25 Feb 2005 10:47

Release Notes: Full vCal support for SyncML devices. iCal and vCal Duration fixes. WAP servlet error handling. A SyncML content type fix for Palm devices using the Synthesis SyncML client.

  •  22 Feb 2005 07:27

Release Notes: Sync4j was upgraded to the latest version. A major SyncML integration rewrite and performance optimizations were done. Initial vCal support for SyncML devices was added. The SyncML localTime option was added to support broken phones. LDIF contacts can be imported from Mozilla, Thunderbird, Evolution, and similar programs. Mozilla, Evolution, and Outlook LDAP schemas are almost completely supported. Lots of little GUI enhancements were made. A much smaller (57KB) J2ME version was created.

  •  11 Feb 2005 13:29

Release Notes: Minor fixes to the LDAP address book service. Recurring events can specify instance counts and end dates. A recurring interval issue has been fixed. There is more GUI settings persistence. There is an in-memory contact removal fix. Postal codes are displayed in the contacts HTML view. Birthday/anniversary support has beenadded. The evolution schema has been merged into the LDAP service. Syncml updates auto-refresh the WebDAV ICS file.

  •  03 Feb 2005 01:10

Release Notes: A major new LDAP-based address book and LDAP service was added. A problem with conflicting user and system timezones in certain views was fixed. Icon cleanups were made along with changes to J2ME character encoding handling. Some Nokia 32xx phones now work. HTTP 404 erorrs were solved so that many more phones can download the J2ME application. The program now works with IBM's JRE/SDK 1.4.2 and JWS 142-20040729.

  •  23 Dec 2004 02:07

Release Notes: LDAP contacts are now integrated in the main tree view. A proper French translation was included for the J2ME client. All-day events are now always displayed properly. When selecting attendees you can add non-ScheduleWorld email addresses again.

  •  17 Dec 2004 21:16

Release Notes: An offline usage bug was fixed. The J2ME client is now JavaVerified certified and includes a full French translation. This release allows character encoding translation on iCalendar import. Day view selecting from the time column is now accurate. Unnecessary encryption/decryption was removed, and the program now starts up faster. The address book is now dynamically kept in sync when using two or more machines. A null check for missing descriptions in RSS and Atom feeds was implemented.

  •  08 Dec 2004 04:54

Release Notes: In this release, a blog viewer was integrated. There were VCARD import enhancements. A new LDAP addressbook service was activated.

  •  02 Dec 2004 22:10

Release Notes: This release fixes an iMIP interop bug, adds J2ME Alerts, includes text, location, and error handling changes, and fixes patching timezones on the server iCalendar data.

  •  25 Nov 2004 08:25

Release Notes: TimeZone was overhauled, so it is now completely interoperable with Outlook. There is full interoperability with Outport Outlook export to Evolution iCalendar. An event location persitence bug was fixed. GUI and timezone fixes were made for the J2ME client. Offline mode queue fixes were made. You can now dynamically change the timezone during runtime.


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