A bit later than you’re used from us, but here is the overview of April’s releases. Read more about all the fixes and improvements made in Kopano Core, WebApp and Z-Push in this blog.
Kopano Groupware Core 8.5.x
Kopano Core 8.5.7 has been released, which contains a resolution for two vulnerabilities. Updating requires some additional attention – it can require some extra steps to upgrade your installation from any previous version to this new release. The process includes additional maintenance to your database.
More information about the vulnerabilities and the fix can be found in the blog post we published earlier
WebApp 3.4.11, 3.4.12
Three versions of WebApp have been released in April! We’ve added more functionality on the import/export feature in the form of importing and exporting contacts in VCF file format. The first option to group your emails on date or size in your inbox has been made available (note that you have to enable this functionality first). As a part of the grouping feature, you may also notice that the information about the number of items loaded in your inbox has been moved to the bottom of the list.
For more information check out the changelog
The Z-Push team has released their Z-Push 2.4.1 final in April. This version is a maintenance release which resolves a few issues reported by the community and Kopano. Special thanks again to community member Bart who contributed several smaller bug fixes to the caldav and carddav backend.
Of course, we recommend upgrading to the latest version whenever you have the chance (upgrading from Z-Push 2.3 is easy with the use of repositories), but especially if you are a fail2ban user you might want to pick up this version rather sooner than later, so you can benefit from the new configuration option.
For more information check out the forum announcement