Release Notes: Quite a few features have been added to this release. In Outlook, offline synchronization has been improved, and more information is available in the global address book. The backend has full-text indexing with cLucene, making instant searching through all items and attachments possible. The address book has been improved, non-active users can be changed to active ones and vice-versa, and Ubuntu 10.04 and SLES11 are now supported. In WebAccess, a Today view has been added as well as advanced search, keyboard shortcuts, and coloured flags for items, just like in Outlook.
Release Notes: The new features in Webaccess are inline images inside the email bodies, a detailed contact dialog, HTML signatures, a mailto: option, and a plugin framework. The new features in general are CALDAV support, a multiserver feature, single instance attachment storage, the Zarafa Client Autoupdate tool, address lists, and BES/Gab integration. Performance improvements include a reduction in bandwidth usage for cached Outlook clients, the addition of an automatic reconnect feature for zarafa clients, and improvements in Webaccess when delivering mail to mulitple users.
Release Notes: This release focuses on all kinds of bugs, including memory leaks, occasional crashes, and security issues for Web access. It also contains a speed increase for long running servers that use the Z-Push module to synchronise PDAs.