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.
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.
Release Notes: A major bug that prevented personal folders from being created on demand was fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first release that is available for general testing as a tar archive. Highlights of this release are the improved setup with automatic table updates and the new support for translations and locales. The first translation added is German, while the locales are mostly complete. The ACL supports roles and allows you to assign selected rights to user or groups.