SOGo 1.3.6 released
April 8, 2011

The Inverse Team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of SOGo 1.3.6. This is a minor release of SOGo which focuses on small new features and improved stability over previous versions.

Among the improvements since the previous SOGo release, there are :

New Features

  • added Norwegian translation - thanks to Altibox
  • Ubuntu Maverick packages are now provided


  • updated Italian translation
  • updated Ukranian translation
  • updated Spanish translation
  • "check while typing" is no longer enabled by default in HTML editor
  • updated CKEditor to version 3.5.2
  • contact lists now have their own icons in the contacts web module
  • added the ability to invite people and to answer invitations from the iOS Calendar
  • alarms are no longer exported to DAV clients for calendars where the alarms are configured to be disabled
  • IMAP connection pooling is disabled by default to avoid flooding the IMAP servers in multi-process environments (NGImap4DisableIMAP4Pooling now set to "YES" by default)
  • sogo-tool: the remove-doubles command now makes use of the card complete names
  • sope-appserver: added the ability to configure the minutes timeout per request after which child processes are killed, via WOWatchDogRequestTimeout (default: 10)

Bug Fixes

  • restored the automatic expunge of IMAP folders
  • various mutli-domain fixes
  • various timezone fixes
  • fixed various issues occurring with non-ascii strings received from DAV clients
  • sogo-tool: now works in multi-domain environments
  • sogo-tool: now retrieves list of users from the folder info table
  • sogo-tool: the remove-doubles command is now compatible with the synchronization mechanisms
  • sope-mime: fixed some parsing problems occurring with dbmail
  • sope-mime: fixed the fetching of mail body parts when other untagged responses are received
  • sope-appserver: fixed a bug leaving child processes performing the watchdog safety belt cleanup

You can get everything from the download section, together with documentation.

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