Release Notes: Along with the usual round of bugfixes and enhancements, this release introduces Marketplace enhancements, a Network Detail Report, an Administrators app, Official Amazon EC2 Support, a Software RAID Manager, Mail Archive, UPnP Support, an updated Web Server app, as well as new reporting features.
Release Notes: Along with the usual round of bugfixes and enhancements, this release introduces a new reports engine, a storage manager, an antimalware file scanner, RADIUS, a basic POP/IMAP server, mail retrieval (fetchmail), and upstream proxy support.
Release Notes: This release adds the usual round of bugfixes and enhancements to make this a much more stable release. A significant effort has been made to provide a core framework for Samba 4 integration. With Samba 4, it is possible to build an active directory environment using purely Open Source, a nice small business server alternative. Also included in 6.4.0 are an improved reports engine, a storage manager, an antimalware file scanner, a basic POP/IMAP server, and upstream proxy support.
Release Notes: Along with the usual round of bugfixes and enhancements, this release introduces new apps focused on the mail server stack. Anchored on the Zarafa Community for ClearOS solution, you can now implement an on-premise or private cloud mail server using ClearOS. The new apps include Zarafa Community for ClearOS, Mail Antivirus, Mail Antispam, Antispam Updates, Greylisting, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds the apps Content Filter, Flexshare, Samba, Remote Server Backup, Print Server, Password Policies, and Network Visualizer. This will be the last beta.
Release Notes: Though a dozen new apps have been added to this beta, the focus of this release is to start the process of creating a stable base system: installer, RPM packages, users, groups, system tools, LDAP, network, firewall, framework, and Marketplace.
Release Notes: This release provides an upgrade path for ClarkConnect 5.0. Other changes include fixes for Samba, mail aliases, and help links. Support for encrypted file systems on RAID devices was also added.
Release Notes: Apart from squashing the important bugs, the big news with this beta release is the available upgrade path from ClearOS 5.1. Other changes include a completed password policy engine, a fixed disk usage report, and an updated SpamAssassin engine.
Release Notes: The console tool policies have been completed, and you can now easily install/uninstall the graphical (X-based) plugin. Along with the usual amount of bugfixes, this release also addresses the extreme slowness in some network configurations.
Release Notes: Along with the usual bugfixes, this beta version includes improved Windows 7 support, an update to CentOS 5.4, and new system reports.