Release Notes: Technical back-end updates, performance optimizations, and code reorganization designed to enable support for modern operating system and base component versions, such as the database engine. The new release enables support for RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux 6, Debian 6, and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. Support for earlier operating systems, such as SUSE 9.x, RHEL 3, and Fedora Core 1-2 has been discontinued.
Release Notes: This release fixes the following bugs: the system backup feature raised an error and did not create a database backup, the email client raised errors when used with an IMAP server that did not support UTF-8 as a native encoding, and saving vcards from email messages raised an error when not all of the expected fields were present in the vcard.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor problems found in the release candidate, and improves the background daemon to more reasonably handle temporary database downtime.
Release Notes: This release fixes several problems found in the beta series, including classification editing for the superuser and shortcut links to Conflux objects.
Release Notes: This version adds many improvements and fixes requested by the users. In the Documents module, the "My Folders" concept was introduced, ZIP uploading and OpenOffice file indexing were added. In the Calendar, the week start-day is now selectable, event ownership handling and calendar navigation were improved. In workflows, a new graphical structure display was added to parallel workflows. Contacts can now be saved with only the Company name, emails can be downloaded in source form and opportunities can be cloned or batch created from clients. Official PostgreSQL v8.1 was also added.
Release Notes: The client view/edit form no longer suffers from performance problems related to a badly formed database query. Item shortcut links in the form of /conflux/item_id.py are handled correctly again. Compatibility problems with email servers that did not like text messages encoded as quoted-printable were resolved.
Release Notes: Compatibility problems with Internet Explorer (XmlHttp) and Conflux were resolved. The calendar no longer fails to display certain events if the time zone is not UTC. _Conf.HEADER_SERVERNAME_OVERRIDE is used correctly in generating the overriding server URL. Email attachments with long filenames can be opened correctly with Mozilla-based browsers. The resource view in Calendar no longer has problems when there are more than 7 resources. A package for Windows platforms is provided.
Release Notes: Compatibility problems with PostgreSQL 7.3 (including the Red Hat Database found in RHEL3) were solved. Errors in the Calendar module (Resouce Usage and weekly repeats) were fixed. A few missing translations were added. The Conflux background daemon now uses /var/tmp/ for creating PID files to avoid problems when /var/ and /tmp/ are located under different mount points. The Conflux automatic error notifications now include proper To and Subject fields to avoid getting blacklisted by spam filters.
Release Notes: Timezone support now includes Daylight Savings Time. Time tracking was added to the Tasks module. The Discussions module now has a friendlier user interface, similar to typical forums. Folders can now be locked in the Documents module. Events and tasks can now be assigned to people who are not able to see the person adding the event. The event owner can be altered when adding or editing an event. Clients and opportunities can be imported and exported. Custom fields can now also be text areas, checkboxes, or dates. The Conflux background daemon now uses system init scripts under Linux.
Release Notes: Performance problems in object view forms related to relations have been fixed. Compatibility with various SMTP servers has been improved, so outgoing email messages no longer violate the 1000 characters per line limit defined in RFC-2821. Outgoing email messages that were created based on a draft email now correctly save to the Sent Items folder. Previously, while the messages were sent out correctly, an empty message was saved to the folder.