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WebApp: Owncloud Plugin, Version 1.3 released

May 1, 2013 by Chris   Comments (0)

The Owncloud plugin reached a new level of usability. It now contains a fully featured file browser, which allows users to display, delete or move files directly in WebApp. Of course it supports renaming, up/downloading and sending files via email too. And all of that features are available in multiple languages, currently in English, German and French. If you want to see the plugin in your language just grab the latest translation file and send the translated version to zarafadev... Read full post

WebApp: iCal Im/Exporter, Version 2.0 released

March 18, 2013 by Chris   Comments (5)

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Hello everyone! Today I have released Version 2.0.1 of my Calendarimporter-Plugin.  This is mostly a bugfix release with a few new features.
One of the new features is, that you can now import calendars that are attached to an mail directly!
This functiony is available for files with the following extensions: .ics, .ifb, .iCal, .iFBf
As part of the completely rewritten timezone management I have introduced the "Ignore DST" button, which will tell the... Read full post

WebApp: iCal Im/Exporter

December 9, 2012 by Chris   Comments (0)

Hi everyone,
today I've released a new version of my "calenderimporter" plugin.  The name is a little bit misleading, because I have implemented a new feature: the ical exporter.  You are now able to export every calendar completely to an ics file.

 At the moment you can only export the whole calendar. But I'm trying to integrate the same selection mechanism as in the importer, to filter the events that will be exported.

The importer can also import all events with just... Read full post

WebApp: Owncloud Plugin

December 2, 2012 by Chris   Comments (1)

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Hello everybody,
as I saw the Dropbox plugin, I thought that something like this should be available for owncloud too.

The plugin uses the webdav server of owncloud for file operations between zarafa and owncloud. Its interface for attaching a file to a new mail is very simillar to the Dropbox plugin.
You can choose one or more files. Even from different folders!
I have extended the plugin so that you can instantly upload... Read full post