Release Notes: This is a first Technology Preview version of the upcoming Tine 2.0 Milan release. Users can have a look at the new Filemanager application, the revamped filter toolbar, a new address import dialogue, and many more features and improvements. This version is only for testing purposes, and should not be used in production.
Release Notes: This service release of version Maischa fixes some minor bugs and security issues in two libraries.
Release Notes: A major bug in the Calendar synchronization has been fixed in this update to yesterday's release.
Release Notes: The first service release of Tine 2.0 Maischa fixes a few minor bugs in the Calendar, Felamimail, and Setup applications. Internet Explorer stability has been increased. Error handling during the login and in the Setup has been improved.
Release Notes: This is a major version. The focal points of this version are integration of third party applications (“Apps”), usability enhancements, and admin facilities.
Release Notes: This is the last service release before the next major version (Maischa). A few bugs were fixed. An issue with deleting records has been fixed. The recipient widget in the email compose dialog has been improved. Email attachments now work correctly on Android smartphones.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed. A use-rcontributed application, SimpleFAQ, has been added. In the email client, the trash folder is created on the fly if it does not exist when emails are deleted and subfolders are removed when the trash is emptied. The calendar is now fully supported in the Opera browser.
Release Notes: The user quota is displayed in Felamimail. Group filters were implemented in Addressbook. The number of unread mail messages is shown in the page title. Lots of minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed missing commas in ActiveSync emails and calendar events, printing in Internet Explorer, a minor security issue in the vcardphp library, and some other minor issues.
Release Notes: This release further improves the usability and performance of Tine 2.0. You can create all data types from any application without switching to the specific application. Additionally, you can create new events and leads directly from the address book. Administrators can manage permissions to folders in a central place. The session and cache backend supports Redis (in memory cache) now, and the SQL backend was reworked for better performance.