Release Notes: This release focused on the new, tabbed user interface, which makes navigation between multiple applications easier. Users of ActiveSync-enabled mobile phones can now synchronize emails too. Support for Android-based phones like the Motorola Milestone and HTC models was added. The email clients received a major speed improvement. Tine 2.0 now updates the email list in the background. Larger organisations will benefit from the improved LDAP support.
Release Notes: Multiple minor issues were resolved.
Release Notes: This release has the final version of the new look, with a tabbed interface and larger toolbar icons. All applications use a new search interface, which allows users to store individual search queries. The ActiveSync interface now supports Android-based phones from Motorola and HTC. The CRM application supports exporting of data in Excel file format. LDAP-based installations will benefit from the reworked LDAP backend classes. In the calendar you can now select multiple calendars again. Overall speed was improved.
Release Notes: The user interface was reworked. Switching between applications and starting new applications are now separated. Applications are started in tabs now. The toolbars were reworked to use the good parts of Microsoft's ribbon interface. Users of mobile phones can define a filter now, to limit the amount of data synchronized to their mobile phones. The email client received a major performance boost, as the cache gets updated asynchronously now.
Release Notes: This release contains layout improvements for Google Chrome and Firefox 3.6. Devices other than the iPhone now synchronize only personal folders and not all folders readable. The calendar now shows a warning for blocking events.
Release Notes: This release fixes multiple minor bugs in the Calendar and CRM module.
Release Notes: The points of focus for this version are the extension of the reporting and analysis functions in the CRM module and improved calendar functions. Moreover, Tine 2.0 now can operate as an OpenID provider. Over 150 new features and improvements were added.
Release Notes: This release candidate has no new features, but comes with some improvements and bugfixes as well as updated translations. If no new bugs were found, this will become the final release.
Release Notes: All bugs reported from the first beta release were fixed. This release contains no new features.
Release Notes: This beta release includes improvements in the calendar, email, and CRM lead manager modules. Tine 2.0 can now act as OpenID provider.