Release Notes: This release provides a number of new user interface and backend features. A PIM user can now invite external participants, edit contacts directly in distribution lists, expunge messages in the mail folder context menu, and choose the target file store and/or database cluster by context creation.
Release Notes: This update provides a new and improved Open-Xchange Server backend with enhancements for both generations. It includes a new, clear, and logical structure for the configuration files and packages, an improved exception framework, a unified OSGi, etc.
Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface backend features, including CalDAV access via Thunderbird/Lightning, with which it is possible to synchronize all Open-Xchange private, public, and shared calendars to the personal Thunderbird/Lightning client. Further user interface features are displaying appointment creator information and group tasks in the user interface.
Release Notes: This release adds a number of user interface and backend features, including auto-logout from the user interface, saving draft mail attachments, and official support for CentOS 6. It provides a new social wizard plugin and a confirmation popup if the browser closed.
Release Notes: This release provides a number of user interface and backend features, including improved invitation handling like sending mail with a configured default sender address, messages for resources marked “[Resource]”, and invitation messages providing the correct time zone. It provides export functionality for the Task module.
Release Notes: This release provides user information in the mail attachment upload dialog. The User is informed that it isn’t possible to have a preview of the chosen attachment. This release also provides a new configuration option to disable the upsell switches. Tabulators like “Attachment” will be disabled with the new configuration option.
Release Notes: This release provides improved invitation email handling including participant lists in the invitation mail, and invitation mails for further appointment fields. It also includes analytical UI events, search field improvements, an improved “OAuth” description in the user interface, a popup if email attachments are stored as a publication, and the ability to monitor JMX through a firewall.
Release Notes: This release provides a number of user interface backend features including handling of internationalized domain names, an improved mail filter API, default selection for CVS-Import, no module prefix for the window meta object “title set”, minimal backend requirements for OLOX2, and retaining iTip / iMip messages after processing.
Release Notes: This release added a number of features including the ability to show only elements of the current week in the widget. The email composer no longer closes after saving a draft. "Send Email to" was added to the RMB menu in contacts card view. The email account is now shown in the folder tree. Automatic bug reports are now configurable. Emails in the "Drafts" folder are now deleted after they are sent. Support for OXtender 2 for MS Outlook 64-Bit was added. Preferred mailing addresses are now supported.
Release Notes: This release provides a number of features, including a new modern redesigned start page, configurable embedded windows, one-line panel, and support for additional languages and platforms. It also provides vacation notice timeframe settings, a function to mark a mail folder as read, easy email filter creation, and the ability to hide non-working times in the calendar. Further user interface improvements were made. A new version of the OXtender for Business Mobility is provided.