Release Notes: This major release includes the new Zarafa-search for each server in use, and replaces the centralized Zarafa-indexer. This new search engine is based on Kyoto cabinet and is used to improve retrieval speed of search results. A rewritten Caldav gateway is included to provide better calendar experiences, especially with apple devices and Mac PCs. Both Dagent and Spooler functionality have been extended to support Python scripting hooks that allow system administrators and developers to extend the functionality of these with personal scripts to manipulate content sending and delivery.
Release Notes: Public store support was introduced for Mail Store Relocator. An option was created in zarafa-admin to force offline resync from the server. $Forward flag support was introduced for IMAP.
Release Notes: The feature of security logging was added. With this logging, you can log the users' activities in shared stores. The possibility to have a empty search_base was added to support global catalog. Some bugs were fixed.
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: Reminder support was aded in Webaccess. The owner/attendee is allowed to get an overview of proposed new times and change the meeting accordingly. The panes in the Webaccess can be resized to set up the width and height of the workspaces in each pane. Deleted items can be recovered via Webaccess. Newly edited email is automatically saved in the Concepts folder. Multiple signatures can be set in the settings. Chrome and Safari can now be used with Webaccess, but they are still not supported browsers.
Release Notes: S/MIME is supported in Outlook. Email messages can be digitally signed, encrypted, and decrypted. Resources can be shared on a high-end server so that multiple companies can make use of it. LDAP query performance was improved. IMAP improvements were made. A double click event was added to the Web access to open a "create new appointment" dialog. Support was added for "meeting request cancel" messages.
Release Notes: S/MIME support in Outlook, allowing you to digitally sign and encrypt/decrypt email. Multi-company support (share resources on a high-end server so that multiple companies can make use of it (hosting)). LDAP query performance improvements. This version is only interesting for hosting providers or customers who want to have multi-company support, or customers interested in S/MIME support. Keep in mind that that some fixes in the upcoming version 6.03 are not implemented in this version. These fixes will be available in version 6.11.
Release Notes: This release adds support for offline Outlook usage. There are various enhancements to the Web access, including a new multi-user calendar view. Support for single-sign-on and spooler multi-threading make this release even more suitable for large enterprise environments.
Release Notes: This release adds incremental backup, a new incremental synchronization API, new Web access graphics, server-side rules in the AJAX Web access module, and various other usability-related features.
Release Notes: This release brings support for new distributions (Debian Etch and Ubuntu 6.06 LTS), a lot of new programs like a brick-level backup, mobile sync, basic ical support, an RHEL user manager, persistent search folders, and a lot of enhancements to the Web access.