Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:31 2011

Horde 4.0 (final)

After more than two years of development, the Horde Team is excited to  
announce
the final release of the Horde Application Framework version 4.0.

The Horde Application Framework is a flexible, modular, general-purpose web
application framework written in PHP. It provides an extensive array of
components that are targeted at the common problems and tasks involved in
developing modern web applications. It is the basis for a large number of
production-level web applications, notably the Horde Groupware suites.  
For more
information on Horde or the Horde Groupware suites, visit  
http://www.horde.org.

The installation method for Horde 4 has been changed to use the PEAR
installer. To prepare your local PEAR installation to install software from
Horde's PEAR server, run the following commands from the command line:

   pear channel-discover pear.horde.org
   pear install horde/horde_role
   pear run-scripts horde/horde_role

The last command will ask you for the filessystem location for your Horde
installation. This should be some path in your web server's document root,
e.g. /var/www/horde. These commands only need to be run once. You are now
prepared to install, upgrade and uninstall Horde packages. To install the
release candidate of Horde, run the following commands:

   pear install horde/horde

Just go to the config/ directory of your Horde installation and copy
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:36 2011

IMP H4 (5.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Internet Mail
Program (IMP) version H4 (5.0).

IMP, the Internet Mail Program, is one of the most popular and widely deployed
open source webmail applications in the world. It allows universal, web-based
access to IMAP and POP3 mail servers and provides Ajax, mobile and traditional
interfaces with a rich range of features normally found only in desktop email
clients.

To install IMP, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install IMP with the following command:

   pear install horde/imp

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the IMP version H4 (5.0-RC2) are:

     * Improved new mail notifications, now available in all applications.
     * Improved alarm notifications in dynamic view.
     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The major changes compared to the IMP version H3 (4.3) are:

     * Updated for Horde 4.
     * All interfaces in a single application.
     * New mobile frontend.
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:41 2011

Ingo H4 (2.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Ingo Email
Filter Rules Manager version H4 (2.0).

Ingo is an email-filter management application. It is fully internationalized,
integrated with Horde and the IMP Webmail client, and supports both  
server-side
(Sieve, procmail) and client-side (IMAP) message filtering.

To install Ingo, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install Ingo with the following command:

   pear install horde/ingo

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the Ingo version H4 (2.0-RC2) are:

     * Changed default Sieve port to 4190.
     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The major changes compared to the Ingo version H3 (1.2) are:

     * Updated for Horde 4.
     * Using IMP API for IMAP filtering.
     * Changed default Sieve port to 4190.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:50 2011

Turba H4 (3.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Turba Contact
Manager version H4 (3.0).

Turba is the Horde contact management application. Leveraging the Horde
framework to provide seamless integration with IMP and other Horde
applications, it supports storing contacts in SQL, LDAP, Kolab, and IMSP
address books.

To install Turba, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install Turba with the following command:

   pear install horde/turba

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the Turba version H4 (3.0-RC2) are:

     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The major changes compared to the Turba version H3 (2.3) are:

     * Updated for Horde 4.
     * Duplicates searching and merging.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/b2514fb99f2e0e389d70ab0ff12d0995a9c5845e/turba/docs/CHANGES
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:53 2011

Kronolith H4 (3.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Kronolith
Calendar Application version H4 (3.0).

Kronolith is the Horde calendar application. It provides web-based calendars
backed by a SQL database or a Kolab server. Supported features include  
Ajax and
mobile interfaces, shared calendars, remote calendars, invitation management
(iCalendar/iTip), free/busy management, resource management, alarms, recurring
events, and a sophisticated day/week view which handles arbitrary numbers of
overlapping events.

To install Kronolith, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install Kronolith with the following command:

   pear install horde/kronolith

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the Kronolith version H4 (3.0-RC2) are:

     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The major changes compared to the Kronolith version H3 (2.3) are:

     * Updated for Horde 4.
     * New AJAX frontend with integrated tasks support.
     * New mobile frontend.
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:55 2011

Nag H4 (3.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Nag Task List
Manager version H4 (3.0).

Nag is a web-based application built upon the Horde Application  
Framework which
provides a simple, clean interface for managing online task lists (i.e., todo
lists). It also includes strong integration with the other Horde applications
and allows users to share task lists or enable light-weight project  
management.

To install Nag, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install Nag with the following command:

   pear install horde/nag

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the Nag version H4 (3.0-RC2) are:

     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The major changes compared to the Nag version H4 (2.3) are:

     * Updated for Horde 4.
     * New Ajax frontend (through Kronolith).
     * System task lists.
     * Task list coloring.
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Jan Schneider | 6 Apr 01:56 2011

Mnemo H4 (3.0) (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Mnemo Note
Manager version H4 (3.0).

The Mnemo Note Manager is the Horde notes/memos application. It allows  
users to
keep web-based notes and freeform text. Notes may be shared with other users
via shared notepads. It requires the Horde Application Framework and an SQL
database or Kolab server for backend storage.

To install Mnemo, you need to install Horde first. See
https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/master/horde/docs/INSTALL for  
details. Once
Horde is installed, you can install Mnemo with the following command:

   pear install horde/mnemo

Then log in to Horde with your adminstrator account to configure the
application and install the database schema from the configuration interface.

The major changes compared to the Mnemo version H4 (3.0-RC2) are:

     * Default sorting criteria by creation date.
     * Many small bugfixes and improvements.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/bc1d5574fc8e55133ade5aaf1fe55b101071d4ee/mnemo/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

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Jan Schneider | 8 Apr 20:07 2011

New website online

Hello Horders,

going along with the release of Horde 4 on Tuesday, we have another  
great release today. The new website just went online.
Special thanks to Gunnar Wrobel and mobileapart  
(http://www.mobileapart.com/) for getting the new design rolling, and  
to Michael Rubinsky who did most of the backend coding and converting  
of the old website's content.

Let us know how you like it and if you found any glitches.

Jan.

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Jan Schneider | 11 Apr 18:18 2011

End of life of Horde 3.2 et al

Hello Horders,

with the release of Horde 4.0 and the related application releases,  
end of life has been reached for the Horde 3.2, IMP 4.2, DIMP 1.0,  
MIMP 1.0, Turba 2.2, Ingo 1.1, Kronolith 2.2, Nag 2.2, and Mnemo 2.1  
branches. No further security fixes will be provided for those  
versions. Horde 3.3, IMP 4.3, DIMP 1.1, MIMP 1.1, Turba 2.3, Ingo 1.2,  
Kronolith 2.3, Nag 2.3, Mnemo 2.2 will still be supported with  
security fixes and selected bug fixes.

Jan.

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Jan Schneider | 20 Apr 22:14 2011

Horde 4.0.1 (final)

The Horde Team is pleased to announce the final release of the Horde
Application Framework version 4.0.1.

The Horde Application Framework is a flexible, modular, general-purpose web
application framework written in PHP. It provides an extensive array of
components that are targeted at the common problems and tasks involved in
developing modern web applications. It is the basis for a large number of
production-level web applications, notably the Horde Groupware suites.  
For more
information on Horde or the Horde Groupware suites, visit  
http://www.horde.org.

To upgrade from earlier releases, you only have to run:

   pear upgrade -c horde

For detailed installation and configuration instructions, please see
http://www.horde.org/apps/horde/docs/INSTALL

The major changes compared to the Horde version 4.0 are:

     * Added hook called after initialization of applications.
     * Many smaller and larger bugfixes and improvements.

The full list of changes can be viewed here:

https://github.com/horde/horde/blob/1e0e4d5564e14f41e57e8846360bc8fad579e487/horde/docs/CHANGES

Have fun!

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