Release Notes: This beta release includes improvements in the calendar, email, and CRM lead manager modules. Tine 2.0 can now act as OpenID provider.
Release Notes: Most changes are under the hood. ExtJS has been updated to 3.0, and Zend Framework has been updated to 1.9.1. The calendar now warns if invited participants are not available for the requested time. In addition to users and contacts, it is now possible to invite resources, such as meeting rooms, and user groups. In case of changes in the composition of groups over the lifetime of an event (e.g. a weekly meeting) the group members are automatically invited or have their meeting canceled by the calendar system.
Release Notes: This is the first beta of the next stable release. It is the first release that contains a calendar and an email client. The calendar supports drag and drop and multiple calendars. The email client supports IMAP and is fully integrated with address book.
Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed. ActiveSync code was moved to a separate package to avoid patent problems for US-based users.
Release Notes: This release adds ActiveSync push support for contacts, which has been tested with Nokia and Windows Mobile-based phones. In the address book, tasks manager, and time sheet module, complex custom filters can be saved, allowing the creation of dynamic custom lists.
Release Notes: Most noteworthy in this version is the new time tracking module. With this, company wide acquisition of time sheets on a time account basis is now possible. Users and groups could be given access to individual time accounts with detailed access control. Huge progress has been made in the optimization of the productivity for frequent users of Tine 2.0. The dynamic filters, which are a great tool for project managers and controllers, have been greatly improved. Working with large result sets and lists has been eased.