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Release Notes: The software can now be implemented in Active Directory structures. Users can generate and administer new user accounts and groups directly from within the groupware. The Open Source groupware can now work as server for ownCloud clients. This version supports the CardDAV eM client. In addition, new tasks can be generated and administered via CalDAV. Attachments can be added to all kinds of data inside the groupware.

Release Notes: This second release candidate brings some new features, including Tasks support for CalDAV, file attachments for all records (like events, contacts, etc.), and more security and authentication possibilities. This is the last version before the upcoming major release.

Release Notes: This first beta release of the upcoming major release "Collin" brings some new features, including Tasks support for CalDAV, file attachments for all records (like events, contacts, etc.), and more security and authentication possibilities.

Release Notes: An initial release candidate of the upcoming version Kristina (2013.03) has been released. It contains some new features, a new application (Inventory), and many minor improvements.

Release Notes: This is a major release with many new features and improvements: The calendar application received lots of minor usability and functional enhancements. A new additional application for personnel management addresses especially small companies. The extended ActiveSync Interface of Tine 2.0 generates higher security in mobile use and offers the opportunity to set up security policies. In addition to MySQL, Tine 2.0 also operates on PostgreSQL. The options for data access have been expanded, too, as Tine 2.0 now supports Outlook 2013.

Release Notes: This beta version of the upcoming release "Joey" contains the new HumanResources application, the new linking panel (including linking of files that have been added to the Filemanager), Calendar interface and sync improvements (Tine 2.0 now uses Syncroton), and many more features and improvements.

Release Notes: A major release with many new features and improvements: the new Filemanager application, contact import, multiple edit and merge functionality, and CaldDAV and CardDAV support. Synchronization with mobile devices has been improved and is more stable. The filter toolbar in all applications can be used more efficiently with new OR filters and filtering in related records.

Release Notes: This release further improves the usability and performance of Tine 2.0. You can create all data types from any application without switching to the specific application. Additionally, you can create new events and leads directly from the address book. Administrators can manage permissions to folders in a central place. The session and cache backend supports Redis (in memory cache) now, and the SQL backend was reworked for better performance.

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 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.

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