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Posted 13 days ago by Suyi
This beta release aims to address several reports that we have been receiving from our customers and the community. A few years ago we introduced python-zarafa and based on that, we have rewritten the search daemon (zarafa-search-plus) and the backup ... [More] tool (zarafa-backup-plus). ZCP 7.2.5 beta 1 introduces several enhancements and bug fixes related to python-zarafa which therefor benefits zarafa-search-plus and zarafa-backup-plus. Here you can view the whole changelog. Please note Ubuntu 16.04 will not be supported on ZCP 7.2 If you intend to use our software on Ubuntu 16.04 we would advise you to migrate to Kopano Core, where Ubuntu 16.04 packages are already available in beta phase. Where can I download this new version? The new packages are available via our portal. As always we appreciate your feedback, please contact us the forum or send an email to feedback [at] zarafa.com! [Less]
Posted 2 months ago by Suyi
Hi,A few weeks ago the downloads for ZCP versions 7.2.2 and 7.2.3 have been removed after we identified a memory leak that could potentially lead to instability, depending on the load of the server. The issue has been identified and fixed in ZCP ... [More] 7.2.4, of which we released 2 release candidates in these last few weeks. These release candidates received quite some positive feedback.There is one change between the RC2 and this final release: ZCP-13984 was reported on the community forum. Thank you all for providing us with feedback and input! The complete changelog for ZCP 7.2.4 is available here. If you plan to upgrade your ZCP server, we strongly advise you to upgrade to this final version.Please noteWe have received reports from our customers as well as from the community that in some cases with ADS as backend, their zarafa-server process could segfault. This was the case with ZCP 7.2.3 but due to it complex nature we were not able to reproduce and solve this matter before ZCP 7.2.4 More details can be found here. If you experience this issue, we urge to contact us directly and help us solve this matter.Where can I download this new version?The new packages are available via our download server. As always we appreciate your feedback, please contact us the forum or send an email to feedback [at] zarafa.com!Cheers,-Suyi [Less]
Posted 2 months ago by Suyi
Hi,A few weeks ago the downloads for ZCP versions 7.2.2 and 7.2.3 have been removed after we identified a memory leak that could potentially lead to instability, depending on the load of the server. The issue has been identified and fixed in ZCP ... [More] 7.2.4, of which we released 2 release candidates in these last few weeks. These release candidates received quite some positive feedback.There is one change between the RC2 and this final release: ZCP-13984 was reported on the community forum. Thank you all for providing us with feedback and input! The complete changelog for ZCP 7.2.4 is available here. If you plan to upgrade your ZCP server, we strongly advise you to upgrade to this final version.Please noteWe have received reports from our customers as well as from the community that in some cases with ADS as backend, their zarafa-server process could segfault. This was the case with ZCP 7.2.3 but due to it complex nature we were not able to reproduce and solve this matter before ZCP 7.2.4 More details can be found here. If you experience this issue, we urge to contact us directly and help us solve this matter.Where can I download this new version?The new packages are available via our download server. As always we appreciate your feedback, please contact us the forum or send an email to feedback [at] zarafa.com!Cheers,-Suyi [Less]
Posted 3 months ago by Suyi
Hi community,Last week, we pulled the ZCP 7.2.2 and ZCP 7.2.3 releases because they contained memory leaks, which could lead to instability issues. Our tests and positive feedback from several partners confirm that the memleaks have been addressed ... [More] and the systems are running stable again. Besides these two memleaks being addressed, we have also made bug fixes related to Zarafa Search Plus.  The whole changelog is available here. If you plan to upgrade your ZCP server, we strongly advise you to upgrade to this version, as Release Canididates are officially supported by us. Where can I download this new build? The new packages are available via our community download system. As always we appreciate your feedback, please create a thread on our forum or leave a comment.Cheers,-Suyi [Less]
Posted 3 months ago by Suyi
Hi community,Last week, we pulled the ZCP 7.2.2 and ZCP 7.2.3 releases because they contained memory leaks, which could lead to instability issues. Our tests and positive feedback from several partners confirm that the memleaks have been addressed ... [More] and the systems are running stable again. Besides these two memleaks being addressed, we have also made bug fixes related to Zarafa Search Plus.  The whole changelog is available here. If you plan to upgrade your ZCP server, we strongly advise you to upgrade to this version, as Release Canididates are officially supported by us. Where can I download this new build? The new packages are available via our community download system. As always we appreciate your feedback, please create a thread on our forum or leave a comment.Cheers,-Suyi [Less]
Posted 3 months ago by Suyi
We’ve set a goal to make communication easier and faster, while also providing a more enjoyable experience for the user. With the introduction of WebApp 2.2.0 users benefited from a new (customizable!) look & feel, the improved the usage of ... [More] shortcuts and the new filters available in the advanced search feature. In this first maintenance release, version 2.2.1, we solve a field issue and keyboard function and several smaller issues. What is in this release? This release resolves two important nuisances reported by our customers and partners: WebApp now always puts focus on the ‘To:’ field, even if the ‘From:’ field is enabled Keyboard control in the copy/move dialog has improved This version also resolves a total of seventeen bugs. All fixes are listed in the changelog, but to name a few: The ability to send email to distribution list with local contacts The ability to delete a calendar item while having sufficient privileges Where can I get it? This release is made available on the Zarafa Portal and on our community download page. The changelog can be found here. We need your feedback! Let our support teams know via the regular channels or contact us via feedback@zarafa.com or leave a message on our forum. [Less]
Posted 3 months ago by Suyi
We’ve set a goal to make communication easier and faster, while also providing a more enjoyable experience for the user. With the introduction of WebApp 2.2.0 users benefited from a new (customizable!) look & feel, the improved the usage of ... [More] shortcuts and the new filters available in the advanced search feature. In this first maintenance release, version 2.2.1, we solve a field issue and keyboard function and several smaller issues. What is in this release? This release resolves two important nuisances reported by our customers and partners: WebApp now always puts focus on the ‘To:’ field, even if the ‘From:’ field is enabled Keyboard control in the copy/move dialog has improved This version also resolves a total of seventeen bugs. All fixes are listed in the changelog, but to name a few: The ability to send email to distribution list with local contacts The ability to delete a calendar item while having sufficient privileges Where can I get it? This release is made available on the Zarafa Portal and on our community download page. The changelog can be found here. We need your feedback! Let our support teams know via the regular channels or contact us via feedback@zarafa.com or leave a message on our forum. [Less]
Posted 5 months ago by Bob Huisman
We’ve set a goal to make communication easier and faster, while providing a more enjoyable experience for the user. WebApp Zarafa's flagship client and it has made quite some big steps in the past couple of months, bringing us closer to that goal. ... [More] Today we are proud to announce the availability of the final release for WebApp 2.2.0. This new version introduces some very exciting changes, the most prominent of which is the new (themeable!) design, which enables users to handle their communication from a single interface. Together with improvements on the search toolbox, the new ‘basic’ shortcut type and a lot of other changes this is another release packed with features and we hope you are as happy with it as we are. Please read through this announcement in its entirety, as there are some changes in dependencies that might affect you, as well as some required updates to add-ons and DeskApp that you need to install when updating to this new version of WebApp. Show me the cool stuff! New look & feel WebApp 2.2.0 has gotten a complete design overhaul. The new design is ‘cleaner’: it is more consistent and provides more space for the content that matters. The new design can also be themed to fit your preferences. And we’ve provided a few examples: You can change colours and the logo, or go ‘all out’ and change anything you like! Search toolbox improvements As we already promised after the release of WebApp 2.1, we have continued to improve the advanced search feature in WebApp 2.2. Selecting your search filter requires less clicks, and you can filter for items with attachments or unread items. Another new option is the ability to use multiple search tabs at the same time. 'Basic' shortcuts Support for keyboard shortcuts was introduced in one of the first versions of WebApp and it provided two choices: on or off. We quickly learned that the ‘on’ setting, which introduced a large amount of shortcuts, conflicted with existing shortcuts (e.g. in browsers or other applications). We now introduce the new ‘basic’ setting that enables just the most frequently used shortcuts. The old ‘on’ setting has been renamed to ‘advanced’ – if you previously had shortcuts enabled the ‘advanced’ profile has been enabled. And there's more... Set a time span for Out of Office responses Support for multiple search tabs Integration features for DeskApp Presence service for plug-in developers Authentication service for plug-in developers Important: PHP compatibility notification Last year we shared that WebApp 2.2 or newer will require at least PHP 5.4 to be installed on your servers. At that time, this meant that support for Red Hat / CentOS 6 and SLES 11 SP3 would no longer be available. We are happy that today we get to share some good news on that topic: with the release of ZCP 7.2.3 we introduced support for ‘Software Collections’ (SCLs) on RedHat / CentOS 6 and 7 as well as support for the ‘server:php’ repository available for SLES 11 SP3 users. Please note that if you want to use the SCLs or ‘server:php’ repositories you will need to make some configuration changes to the configuration of your package manager. For more details read the ZCP 7.2.3 final release announcement. Please update plugins and DeskApp The new authentication framework that WebApp 2.2.0 introduces also required changes in some plugins and DeskApp. This means that you will also have to update these applications if you have not done so already – the plugin packages have been made available at the same location as WebApp and the new version of DeskApp can be downloaded from the portal. Where can I download the packages? The packages are available for download from the download server. A changelog is also available. [Less]
Posted 5 months ago by Bob Huisman
We’ve set a goal to make communication easier and faster, while providing a more enjoyable experience for the user. WebApp Zarafa's flagship client and it has made quite some big steps in the past couple of months, bringing us closer to that goal. ... [More] Today we are proud to announce the availability of the final release for WebApp 2.2.0. This new version introduces some very exciting changes, the most prominent of which is the new (themeable!) design, which enables users to handle their communication from a single interface. Together with improvements on the search toolbox, the new ‘basic’ shortcut type and a lot of other changes this is another release packed with features and we hope you are as happy with it as we are. Please read through this announcement in its entirety, as there are some changes in dependencies that might affect you, as well as some required updates to add-ons and DeskApp that you need to install when updating to this new version of WebApp. Show me the cool stuff! New look & feel WebApp 2.2.0 has gotten a complete design overhaul. The new design is ‘cleaner’: it is more consistent and provides more space for the content that matters. The new design can also be themed to fit your preferences. And we’ve provided a few examples: You can change colours and the logo, or go ‘all out’ and change anything you like! Search toolbox improvements As we already promised after the release of WebApp 2.1, we have continued to improve the advanced search feature in WebApp 2.2. Selecting your search filter requires less clicks, and you can filter for items with attachments or unread items. Another new option is the ability to use multiple search tabs at the same time. 'Basic' shortcuts Support for keyboard shortcuts was introduced in one of the first versions of WebApp and it provided two choices: on or off. We quickly learned that the ‘on’ setting, which introduced a large amount of shortcuts, conflicted with existing shortcuts (e.g. in browsers or other applications). We now introduce the new ‘basic’ setting that enables just the most frequently used shortcuts. The old ‘on’ setting has been renamed to ‘advanced’ – if you previously had shortcuts enabled the ‘advanced’ profile has been enabled. And there's more... Set a time span for Out of Office responses Support for multiple search tabs Integration features for DeskApp Presence service for plug-in developers Authentication service for plug-in developers Important: PHP compatibility notification Last year we shared that WebApp 2.2 or newer will require at least PHP 5.4 to be installed on your servers. At that time, this meant that support for Red Hat / CentOS 6 and SLES 11 SP3 would no longer be available. We are happy that today we get to share some good news on that topic: with the release of ZCP 7.2.3 we introduced support for ‘Software Collections’ (SCLs) on RedHat / CentOS 6 and 7 as well as support for the ‘server:php’ repository available for SLES 11 SP3 users. Please note that if you want to use the SCLs or ‘server:php’ repositories you will need to make some configuration changes to the configuration of your package manager. For more details read the ZCP 7.2.3 final release announcement. Please update plugins and DeskApp The new authentication framework that WebApp 2.2.0 introduces also required changes in some plugins and DeskApp. This means that you will also have to update these applications if you have not done so already – the plugin packages have been made available at the same location as WebApp and the new version of DeskApp can be downloaded from the portal. Where can I download the packages? The packages are available for download from the download server. A changelog is also available. [Less]
Posted 5 months ago by Bob Huisman
We’ve set a goal to make communication easier and faster, while providing a more enjoyable experience for the user. WebApp 2.2 introduces a new, modern look & feel which enables users to handle their communication from a single interface, that ... [More] which brings us closer to that goal. Earlier this month we released the second beta for WebApp 2.2, marking the feature completeness of the new WebApp. It introduced an improved search toolbox, WebApp theming as well as ‘basic shortcuts’ and a lot of other features. Today we announce the availability of WebApp 2.2 release candidate 1, the last step towards the final. Important notification on PHP compatibility Last year we shared that WebApp 2.2 or newer will require at least PHP 5.4 to be installed on your servers. At that time, this meant that support for Red Hat / CentOS 6 and SLES 11 SP3 would no longer be available. We are happy that today we get to share some good news on that topic:. with the release of ZCP 7.2.3 we introduced support for ‘Software Collections’ (SCLs) on RedHat / CentOS 6 and 7 as well as support for the ‘server:php’ repository available for SLES 11 SP3 users. Please note that if you want to use the SCLs or ‘server:php’ repositories you will need to make some configuration changes to the configuration of your package manager. For more details read the ZCP 7.2.3 final release announcement. Path to the final release We’ve received quite a few responses to the beta package from our partners as well as the community. Some of the issues that have been reported in the past few days have been resolved in this release candidate, resulting in a stable product. We expect to be able to rebrand this RC into a final soon. Please update plugins and DeskApp The new authentication framework that was introduced in beta 2 also required changes in some plugins and DeskApp. This means that you will also have to update these applications if you have not done so already – the plugin packages have been made available at the same location as WebApp and the new version of DeskApp can be downloaded from the portal. Where can I download the packages? The packages are available for download from the download server. A changelog is also available. How can I provide you with feedback? Let our support teams know via the regular channels, contact feedback@zarafa.com or leave your message in the forum topic. [Less]