Release type: Major
The release notes highlight the most important changes in grommunio 2022.12.1 – feel free to check out the detailed logs at GitHub.
The documentation covers the necessary steps for the update procedure.
- grommunio Appliance now on openSUSE 15.4 with many improvements, such as PHP 8.0
- General Availability of Multi-LDAP, worlds-first multi-backend groupware engine
- General Availability of Admin API for PowerShell (AAPIPS), a PowerShell interface for grommunio Admin
- General Availability of grommunio Desktop, a multi-platform client for grommunio Web
- General Availability of grommunio Meet for Outlook, a plugin for Microsoft Outlook and grommunio Meet
- General Availability of grommunio Auth, SSO availability with grommunio (based on Keycloak)
- General Availability of native Dockerfiles and Kubernetes recipes for Gromox
- High performance data compression with zStandard (zstd)
- Public Folder synchronization for mobile devices
- High-performance rewrite of Autodiscover and Autoconfig
- High-performance rewrite of EWS (Exchange Web Services)
- DNS-Name based OEM whitelabeling for custom branding
- Availability of EAS 16.1 FIND command
- Full user resolution for Kopano migrations (–mbox-name/–user-map)
- Centralization of MAPI header files
- grommunio CUI is now fully translated in 22 languages
- Enhanced navivation controls of grommunio CUI
- Support for hidden contacts
- Automatic mapping of AD/Exchange Store Types (msExchRecipientDisplayType)
- Centralized MAPI header files for PHP consumers
- Default integration of grommunio-dbconf
- Implementation of hierarchy and permission model (ACLs) for public folders in Admin
- Mail-Queue mangement in grommunio Admin
- Large documentation updates, launch of Knowledge Base in Documentation Portal
Contributions & Thanks
Thanks to customers partners and the entire community – the community for their ongoing contributions, especially to:
- MrPikPik, tiredofit, maddin200, artem, steve, thermi, milo, Bheam, crpb, rnagy, walter and many others
Special thanks to Microsoft Corporation for the productive cooperation on standards and protocols and to T-Systems International.
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