SOGo v3.1.3 released
June 22, 2016

The Inverse team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of SOGo v3.1.3. This is a minor release of SOGo which focuses on small new features and improved stability over previous versions.

Changes from the previous version

New features

  • [core] now possible to define default Sieve filters (#2949)
  • [core] now possible to set vacation message start date (#3679)
  • [web] add a header and/or footer to the vacation message (#1961)
  • [web] specify a custom subject for the vacation message (#685, #1447)


  • [core] when restoring data using sogo-tool, regenerate Sieve script (#3029)
  • [web] always display name of month in week view (#3724)
  • [web] use a speed dial (instead of a dialog) for card/list creation
  • [web] use a speed dial for event/task creation
  • [web] CSS is now minified using clean-css

Bug fixes

  • [core] properly handle sorted/deleted calendars (#3723)
  • [core] properly handle flattened timezone definitions (#2690)
  • [web] fixed generic avatar in lists (#3719)
  • [web] fixed validation in Sieve filter editor
  • [web] properly encode rawsource of events and tasks to avoid XSS issues (#3718)
  • [web] properly encode rawsource of cards to avoid XSS issues
  • [web] fixed all-day events covering a timezone change (#3457)
  • [web] sgTimePicker parser now respects the user’s time format and language
  • [web] fixed time format when user chooses the default one
  • [web] added missing delegators identities in mail editor (#3720)
  • [web] honour the domain default SOGoAppointmentSendEMailNotifications (#3729)
  • [web] the login module parameter is now properly restored when set as "Last used"
  • [web] if cn isn’t found for shared mailboxes, use email address (#3733)
  • [web] fixed handling of attendees when updating an event
  • [web] show tooltips over long calendar/ab names (#232)
  • [web] one-click option to give all permissions for user (#1637)
  • [web] never query when disabled

See for closed tickets and for the complete change log.

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