Release Notes: Improved consistency of dialog windows pertaining to calendar and address book subscriptions. Improved management of server downtime.
Release Notes: This release displays the current calendar in the item summary dialog.
Release Notes: Adapted to the improvements found in Lightning 0.95, Inverse Edition. This release grays out the entries that cannot be selected in user and folder search dialogs. It fixes the handling of user@host usernames. It adds Italian and German translations.
Release Notes: The ability to force user preferences and remove extensions was added. The "home" calendar is now removed if it contains no items. The search of users was accelerated by resolving their shares only when the corresponding user entry is unfolded. It is now possible to show only the selected calendar or all of them. The creation of cached CalDAV calendars is now forced immediately, and the full name and email address of the subscribed calendar/address book is shown immediately.
Release Notes: The user's email address can now be used to construct URLs for SOGo. Returned data is now validated when synchronizing folders to avoid removing existing folders when the server returns an inconsistent response. The user password is intercepted for the "SOGo site" (mail server + SOGo server) and the relevant dialogs are automatically filled.
Release Notes: Some exceptions related to the handling of requests occuring from a closing dialog were fixed. The calendar colors are now handled. The code was updated for Lightning 0.8 and SOGo Connector 0.80.
Release Notes: The creation dialog can now be confirmed with "enter". Interfaces were implemented to handle ACL on SOGo addressbooks and calendars. Automatic updates were disabled in the default preferences. Inline attachments are shown in the default preferences. The ability to create, unsubscribe from, and delete SOGo folders was added. The ability to rename SOGo folders remotely was added.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to manage SOGo user permissions.
Release Notes: Stability improvements were made in bad connectivity conditions.