October 31, 2015 by Suyi
Hereby we release ZCP 7.2.1 final. Please read the announcement carefully as there are some points that needs to be taken into account before upgrading to ZCP 7.2.1.Upgrading from 7.1 If you upgrade your system from 7.1 to this release, you may notice that the zarafa-admin utility may not function accordingly, this is due to a bug in bash. Opening a new terminal resolves this issue.Debian-based upgradeSince RC1 we have changed the location of our ZCP utilities. Due to this change,... Read full post
October 22, 2015 by Suyi
Today we will release ZCP 7.1.14 final. Only one change has been made since the ZCP 7.1.14 RC1.
This change was needed due to an outdated FCK-editor in WebAccess. This FCK-editor in the previous releases contained a security vulnerability. More information can be found in ticket ZCP-13581.
We would like to remind everyone that the support for WebAccess was already officially ended.
According to our Support Lifecyle policy document, ZCP 7.1 will be phased out in April next year.... Read full post
Zarafa Web Meetings now supporting instant participation The final version of Zarafa Web Meetings 1.1 has been released. The new release enables you to invite any participant to a web meeting, including people who are not using Zarafa. Only a single click is required to create an invitation to instantly participate in a web meeting, after which a secure link and a short explanation are added to the mail message or meeting request. At the same time, Zarafa Web Meetings creates a virtual... Read full post
October 2, 2015 by Suyi
Hi community,Last week we announced on our portal an issue with attachment handling and promised to do a release this week to address. Besides this urgent issue, we have also included a small set of other changes. These changes are the following:
ZCP-13572 - CVE-2015-6566 - zarafa-autorespond suffers from a potential local privilege escalationZCP-13087 - Meeting requests are not being sent with Thunderbird Lightning due to new functionalityZCP-13608 - Attachments are missing in the... Read full post
We are proud to announce the availability of WebApp 2.1.0! Earlier this month the RC package has been released. Thank you all for testing and for providing feedback – the issues you reported have been resolved. This new version of WebApp introduces a massive amount of new features, most of which are based on feedback by you all: customers, partners and the community.
What changed since WebApp 2.0?
A lót of new features and improvements made their way into the WebApp 2.1 package.... Read full post
After a couple of weeks beta testing we are happy to announce the first release candidate for WebApp 2.1.0. Thank you all for the feedback we received. We have been able to resolve most of these issues reported by you and can even announce some new features!
What’s new since the beta release?
Aside from quite some fixes based on the feedback the beta released we also managed to squeeze in some features that might interest you!
Server side spellchecking
Not every browser has support... Read full post
We are working towards the Final release of Zarafa Web Meetings 1.1 and we have released the Release Candidate to our partners and customers, as you might have read on our blog.
In 1.1 we introduced the external-invation and dedicated-windows features, allowing you to invite anyone to a webmeeting via email. I hope you are all exploring and enjoying the opportunities these features bring.
No community RC?
The changes we implemented in this release have no impact on the open-source... Read full post
September 11, 2015 by Suyi
Today we make ZCP 7.2.1 RC2 available. This release only contains a few bug fixes compared to RC1. Click here to view the whole changelog.
There are some installation notes to take into account when upgrading;
Upgrading from 7.1 to this release If you upgrade your system from 7.1 to this release, you may notice that the zarafa-admin utility may not function accordingly, this is due to a bug in bash, opening a new terminal resolves this issue.
Debian - changes in location of ZCP... Read full post
Building on the core of Zarafa Web Meetings 1.0, we are releasing the first Beta of Zarafa Web Meetings 1.1, which will include new features, bug-fixes and compatibility with the latest Firefox and Chrome browsers.
What is new?
Version 1.1 will allow you to invite anyone to a web meeting. While creating an email or appointment, simply clicking 'Add web meeting' will create a secure link to a meeting room for all the invitees. No addons. No plugins. Anyone with... Read full post
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