Release Notes: This is a stable release. Updating is recommended for all users.
Release Notes: Any user waiting for the calendar, the new email client, or synchronization improvements can now safely update to this release. If nothing surprising happens, this will be the next stable release.
Release Notes: Multiple minor problems were fixed and a fallback was provided for users who like to disable the address book.
Release Notes: Some minor problems during setup and synchronization were fixed. If you are using Tine 2.0 with openbase dir restrictions or synchronization over ActiveSync, you are encouraged to update.
Release Notes: Improved ActiveSync support. The IPhone works with Tine 2.0.
Release Notes: This is the second stable release of Tine 2.0. This release adds a powerful timetracking application, improved search support (filters which can be saved for later reuse), speed improvements, and ActiveSync support.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of Tine 2.0. It is safe to let your users start using Tine 2.0 now. This final release contains support for Addressbook, CRM, Tasks, and VoIP integration for Asterisk and SNOM phones.
Release Notes: This release adds strong Asterisk and Snom phone support. You can manage your Snom phone and dial directly from the Tine address book. This release is feature complete.
Release Notes: The new filters allow gradual addition of further search criteria within a consistent and easy user interface. The new activities logbook collects and stores all activities around a record, e.g. a single lead in the CRM module. With the help of usability experts, many dialogues were improved, and a read-only preview of contacts has been added to the address book.
Release Notes: The first revision of the Summer Release 2008 Milestone 1 package contained two major bugs, which rendered some parts of Tine 2.0 useless. These two bugs were fixed. Searching contacts in the addressbook and the CRM module is working now.
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