SOGo 2.0.5 released
April 11, 2013

The Inverse Team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of SOGo 2.0.5. This is a minor release of SOGo which focuses on improved stability over previous versions.

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

New features

  • new system default SOGoEncryptionKey to be used to encrypt the passwords of remote Web calendars when SOGoTrustProxyAuthentication is enabled
  • activated the menu option "Mark Folder Read" in the Webmail (#1473)


  • added logging of the X-Forwarded-For HTTP header (#2229)
  • now use BSON instead of GNUstep’s binary format for serializing Outlook related cache files
  • updated Danish, Finnish, Polish and Slovak translations
  • added Arabic translation - thanks to Anass Ahmed

Bug Fixes

  • don’t use the cache for password lookups from login page (#2169)
  • fixed issue with exceptions in repeating events
  • avoid data truncation issue in OpenChange with mysql backend run to update existing tables
  • avoid random crashes in OpenChange due to RTF conversion
  • fixed issue when modifying/deleting exceptions of recurring events
  • fixed major cache miss issue leading to slow Outlook resynchronizations
  • fixed major memory corruption issue when Outlook was saving "messages"
  • fixed filtering of sql contact entries when using dynamic domains (#2269)
  • sogo.conf can now be used by all tools (#2226)
  • SOPE: fixed handling of sieve capabilities after starttls (#2132)
  • OpenChange: fixed ‘stuck email’ problem when sending a mail
  • OpenChange NTLMAuthHandler: avoid tightloop when samba isn’t available.
  • OpenChange NTLMAuthHandler: avoid crash while parsing cookies
  • OpenChange ocsmanager: a LOT of fixes, see git log

See the bug tracking system for the list of tickets closed with this release. You can also view the complete change log online.

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