Release Notes: This is the first technology preview version of the upcoming Tine 2.0 Joey release. It includes a new HumanResources application, a new linking panel, configurable password policies, a Calendar interface, sync improvements, and more new features and improvements.
Release Notes: The ActiveSync code has been improved further and some more minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed. A use-rcontributed application, SimpleFAQ, has been added. In the email client, the trash folder is created on the fly if it does not exist when emails are deleted and subfolders are removed when the trash is emptied. The calendar is now fully supported in the Opera browser.
Release Notes: The user quota is displayed in Felamimail. Group filters were implemented in Addressbook. The number of unread mail messages is shown in the page title. Lots of minor bugs were fixed.
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: All known bugs were fixed. This is the last release before the next major stable release.
Release Notes: All major bugs found in the last beta release have been fixed. For example, the sieve filter dialogue is now fully functional. Synchronization of birthdays is now working on WebOS devices correctly. Multiple minor problems have been fixed in the email client.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release of the next stable version of Tine 2.0. The calendar and the email client received the most updates.
Release Notes: Multiple minor issues were resolved.
Release Notes: This release has the final version of the new look, with a tabbed interface and larger toolbar icons. All applications use a new search interface, which allows users to store individual search queries. The ActiveSync interface now supports Android-based phones from Motorola and HTC. The CRM application supports exporting of data in Excel file format. LDAP-based installations will benefit from the reworked LDAP backend classes. In the calendar you can now select multiple calendars again. Overall speed was improved.