Release Notes: This release fixed an LMTP problem where delivery of mail with lots of recipients could fail for some recipients.
Release Notes: This release fixes and optimize mailbox restore, LDAP import, and many system tasks, and fixes some small calendar display issues. Contact, Webmail, Mobile, and Thunderbird fixes were made. IMAP support has been enhanced for Outlook 2013, with patches for Outlook crashes. PST file can now be imported by the Exchange migration tool.
Release Notes: This is one of the last releases of the 1.0 branch. It backports some fixes from the 2.0 branch. It improves the LDAP and AD import/sync, the IE 10 compatibility, and postfix map handling and LMTP robustness.
Release Notes: This release adds some performance enhancements and a great number of small bugfixes in the calendar, contact, webmail, Outlook connector, mobile and ActiveDirectory synchronizations, and postfix map handling.
Release Notes: This release fixes and improves some postfix, cyrus, ldap, and samba (plugin) handling. ICS import has been improved to better handle importing ICS from Zimbra and Open-Xchange. Fixes have been made to the Outlook and Thunderbird connectors, mobile sync, contact, and webmail apps.
Release Notes: This release adds Polish language support, fixes some ACL problems, adds a non-interactive mode for installers, improves and fixes ICS and VCF importations (making them asynchronous), improves the contact search, lowers the webmail memory usage, and fixes things in backup/restore, contacts, webmail, Admin, and Calendar.
Release Notes: This release fixed some backup and archival bugs, a case where write rights were lost on a mailbox, a case where the vacation script was not run, and some other small things.
Release Notes: This release offers a cleaner interface for managing identities, and improves Postfix map handling. It brings many optimizations and fixes on all the components, from the JSON handling/parsing to new restore scenarios.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were backported from the 2.0 branch.