First Horde Groupware with AJAX webmail
We released Horde Groupware and Horde Groupware Webmail Edition versions 1.1-RC1 today. They are based on Horde 3.2-RC1 and the Webmail Edition is the first Horde Groupware that includes the new, shiny, funky AJAX webmail client DIMP.
This is the list of major changes from Horde Groupware Webmail
Edition 1.0.3 to 1.1-RC1. Horde Groupware 1.1-RC1 has the same changes,
but without the webmail and email filter features:
- Added dynamix AJAX webmail client and webmail client for mobile devices.
- Stable synchronization support through integrated SyncML server.
- A new Alarm system that can send email alarms, generate popup or inline notifications, and play sounds for events in any Horde application.
- Support for separate read and write databases, and improved useability when the database is unavailable.
- Improved performance, through caching of shares, groups, and permissions; faster DataTree queries, and smarter use of session data.
- Two slick new themes, Tango Blue and Silver Surfer.
- WCAG 1.0 Priority 2/Section 508 accessibility guidelines compliance.
- Help is now searchable and has a tree view for easy organization and exploration of help topics.
- Wider memcache support and easier memcache configuration, including connection pooling and multiple memcache servers.
- Message and mailbox caching on the server side, resulting in much increased performance and much less web server and IMAP server load.
- Server configuration to limit maximum number of recipients per message and maximum number of sent messages over a certain period of time.
- Additional maintenance tasks to clean old messages from mailboxes.
- Sorting is now saved per mailbox rather than across all mailboxes.
- Add support for symmetric PGP encryption.
- Preference added to dictate default cursor location in compose textarea.
- Preference added to only verify PGP & S/MIME signed messages on user request.
- Forward messages as RFC 822 parts by default; provide more options for forwarding messages; and be smarter about what part to use as body text depending on current editor (text vs. html).
- Add server configuration to limit the maximum size of MIME message data that can be displayed inline.
- Use tidy extension (if available) to clean up display of HTML messages and clean up HTML composed messages.
- Add RSS/Atom feed for mailboxes.
- Add support for sending e-mails with Internationalized Domain Names (IDN).
- Fetch public PGP keys from keyserver if not available in address book.
- Add configuration for folders that may not be modified.
- Contact lists can be sorted by multiple columns.
- Users can save their searches as Virtual Address Books.
- Improved default address book schema.
- Support for importing and exporting LDIF files.
- Support for address books based on favourite email recipients.
- Support for address books based on Horde Group membership.
- Timed vacation messages (I will be away from X to Y).
- Major improvements to the procmail filter driver, including negative matches, body tests, loop prevention in vacation messages, full character set support,
- Maildrop filter driver improvements, including vacation support and full character set support in the maildrop driver.
- Sieve filter driver improvements, including numeric spam score tests, sivtest support, and quota checks before uploading sieve rules.
- Filter rules can be stored in a SQL database.
- Administrators can change other user's filter rules.
- WebDAV support for external calendar clients.
- Improved iCalendar and vCalendar support, including support for alarms, timezones, better integration with remote calendars, and better support for remote clients.
- Improved event recurrence, including events that recur a specific number of times, recurrence by day of the year and by weekday of the year, the choice of editing or deleting a recurring event as either the full series or an individual exception, and the ability to remove recurrence exceptions.
- Users can get a daily agenda email.
- Holidays can be displayed.
- Event delegation - users can have permissions to create events on behalf of other users.
- Events and tasks can be marked private.
- More dynamic calendar interface, including dynamic page refreshes to update the main calendar view when switching between dates or month/day/week/ work week/year views, a collapsible panel that provides quick access to all calendars and allows searching of calendars, a dynamic event edit interface that puts less commonly used options out of site by default, quick switching between the view, edit, and delete interfaces, and autocompletion of attendees from the user's address book.
- Support for sub-tasks and tasks with delayed start dates.
- Dynamic inline searching of the task and note lists, with the option for an advanced search that includes additional options.
- Support for saving notes as PDF files.
- Support for encrypted notes.
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