Release Notes: This release fixes some issues with the gateway, disappearing zarafa buttons in Outlook, and admin installation problems. Builds were added for Ubuntu 8.04 LTS and the IA64 architecture.
Release Notes: This release fixes some upgrade issues from Zarafa 5.x, and fixes some small problems with synchronizing deep folder structures.
Release Notes: This release adds support for offline Outlook usage. There are various enhancements to the Web access, including a new multi-user calendar view. Support for single-sign-on and spooler multi-threading make this release even more suitable for large enterprise environments.
Release Notes: This release focuses on all kinds of bugs, including memory leaks, occasional crashes, and security issues for Web access. It also contains a speed increase for long running servers that use the Z-Push module to synchronise PDAs.
Release Notes: This release adds incremental backup, a new incremental synchronization API, new Web access graphics, server-side rules in the AJAX Web access module, and various other usability-related features.
Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs and adds many speedups. Most importantly, the installer is Vista-compatible, and the IMAP gateway correctly works with Thunderbird 2.0.
Release Notes: This release brings support for new distributions (Debian Etch and Ubuntu 6.06 LTS), a lot of new programs like a brick-level backup, mobile sync, basic ical support, an RHEL user manager, persistent search folders, and a lot of enhancements to the Web access.
Release Notes: This version introduces various small bugfixes in different parts of the package, allowing for a faster and more stable Zarafa server. A new feature is the possibility to access public folders from the IMAP gateway.
Release Notes: This release has various speedups, including large speed increases in the AJAX-based Web access, and includes many bugfixes in all areas. It also introduces some new features in the Web access, including better calendar views and the ability to quick-search your email. Improvements on the Outlook side include support for Outlook 2007 and some speed increases in the handling of large attachments.
Release Notes: This release adds an entire new AJAX-based Web access module, allowing drag-and-drop, context menus, and many other features. A new mobile Web access mode has been added for low-bandwidth devices. On the Outlook side, a lot has been done to improve the overall experience, including an out-of-office module and easier opening of other users' folders.