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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

The Zextras team is happy to announce the release of the Carbonio Community Edition 22.10.0, along with a number of improvements and new features.

 

What’s New

 


Carbonio CE Admin Panel

The first step toward an all-inclusive administration console!

Now, you can take use of a Carbonio CE Admin Panel to make administrative tasks and system configurations easier. We will regularly update the Admin Panel to include more features.

Read more about the Admin Panel at the Zextras Community.


 

Features to highlight:

Smart Check for Attachments - Avoid accidentally sending e-mails with no attachments. This new system alerts the user whenever they click the send button with any reference of an attachment in the e-mail body but no files actually attached, helping them to remember to attach the files.

New Design System - A new design system is integrated into Carbonio CE for a more pleasing appearance, improved spaces, paddings, and more proportional buttons.

Polish Language - Our Polish users can now use Carbonio Community Edition in their native language. O jejku!

Scheduled Send - Can’t send the e-mail right away? No need to worry, you can now conveniently schedule it for a later time.

Seamless Preview - Your time is valuable! Skim through the attachments in your shared mailbox folders without having them opened in a separate window. Preview attachments and documents are now available also in shared folders.

Advanced File Sharing - Users can now share a node (files, folders) with all of their colleagues using a collaboration link with only one click; without the need to use advanced tools like Distribution Lists.

Support for OOXML - Carbonio CE Files now supports Microsoft Office Open XML (.docx, .pptx, .xlsx) formats. Users can choose between ODF and Office Open XML format file formats to create, edit, and save different files.

Check out the full changelog to know the whole list.

 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

 

We wanted also to thank you for your candid and valuable feedback, it is an integral part of why we're succeeding. In other news, we always welcome the opportunity to pen an update that includes any ideas, constructive criticism, or suggestions on how to improve.

 

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

Subscribe to this thread to stay informed of future releases.

 

Cheers!

 


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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

The Zextras team is happy to announce the release of the Carbonio Community Edition 22.10.0, along with a number of improvements and new features.

 

What’s New


Carbonio CE Admin Panel

The first step toward an all-inclusive administration console!

Now, you can take use of a Carbonio CE Admin Panel to make administrative tasks and system configurations easier. We will regularly update the Admin Panel to include more features.

Read more about the Admin Panel at the Zextras Community.


 

Features to highlight:

Smart Check for Attachments - Avoid accidentally sending e-mails with no attachments. This new system alerts the user whenever they click the send button with any reference of an attachment in the e-mail body but no files actually attached, helping them to remember to attach the files.

New Design System - A new design system is integrated into Carbonio CE for a more pleasing appearance, improved spaces, paddings, and more proportional buttons.

Polish Language - Our Polish users can now use Carbonio Community Edition in their native language. O jejku!

Scheduled Send - Can’t send the e-mail right away? No need to worry, you can now conveniently schedule it for a later time.

Seamless Preview - Your time is valuable! Skim through the attachments in your shared mailbox folders without having them opened in a separate window. Preview attachments and documents are now available also in shared folders.

Advanced File Sharing - Users can now share a node (files, folders) with all of their colleagues using a collaboration link with only one click; without the need to use advanced tools like Distribution Lists.

Support for OOXML - Carbonio CE Files now supports Microsoft Office Open XML (.docx, .pptx, .xlsx) formats. Users can choose between ODF and Office Open XML format file formats to create, edit, and save different files.

Check out the full changelog to know the whole list.

 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

apt update && apt upgrade

 

We wanted also to thank you for your candid and valuable feedback, it is an integral part of why we're succeeding. In other news, we always welcome the opportunity to pen an update that includes any ideas, constructive criticism, or suggestions on how to improve.

 

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

Subscribe to this thread to stay informed of future releases.

 

Cheers!

 

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MichalCirrus
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@arman 

After upgrade only old Admin Panel is accessible via TCP/7071. On TCP/6071 nginx replays with 500 Internal Server Error

Logs are not helpful.

 


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Arman Khosravi
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@arman 

After upgrade only old Admin Panel is accessible via TCP/7071. On TCP/6071 nginx replays with 500 Internal Server Error

Logs are not helpful.

 

Hi @michalcirrus,

Try to run

apt install carbonio-admin-ui
apt install carbonio-admin-console-ui

Use port 6071 but these are two of the packages that you should manually install. You can see the whole list of these packages on Carbonio CE Installation (Specifically Step 3) since you might need to install other packages as well.

 


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nitram
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Finally, a more normal kind of release notes, thats a much better way of sharing release notes, having to go all the way to github to see features, which doe snot really give any pointers was annoying.

 

Also, is the new carbonio admin panel feature full and feature complete, in relation to the old zimbra admin panel. si everything in there thats needed.


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Arman Khosravi
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Posted by: @nitram

Finally, a more normal kind of release notes, thats a much better way of sharing release notes, having to go all the way to github to see features, which doe snot really give any pointers was annoying.

 

Also, is the new carbonio admin panel feature full and feature complete, in relation to the old zimbra admin panel. si everything in there thats needed.

Hi @nitram,

We're happy that users find this form of communication more effective. Thank you for sharing your feedback.

About the Admin Panel, it is our first step in this journey therefore you may find some entries not present, however, our developers are working hard to add more and more features continuously to this new product.

Thanks again for your feedback.

Arman


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phoenix
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Is there any update on a timescale for a RHEL release?


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Arman Khosravi
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Posted by: @phoenix

Is there any update on a timescale for a RHEL release?

Hi @phoenix,

The RHEL is almost ready, the last release didn't include it as there were still 2 small issues in the multi-server installation and our team is working on solving them. We will write you in this forum thread as soon as it is ready for users to download and install.


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phoenix
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Hi @arman

Thanks for the update. 👍 🙂 

I'm looking forward to testing the single server version.


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dominix
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Hi everyone,

I would like to know how Zextras think about Carbonio in term of readyness. Do you guys thinks its ready for prod ? ready for test ? ready for development purpose ?

for me it doesn't look ready for prod. should I notice here the bugs I found in my last attempt to use it ?

is there public issue bugzilla ? issue report on github ? what do you prefers ?


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rwebb616
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Posted by: @arman
Posted by: @michalcirrus

@arman 

After upgrade only old Admin Panel is accessible via TCP/7071. On TCP/6071 nginx replays with 500 Internal Server Error

Logs are not helpful.

 

Hi @michalcirrus,

Try to run

apt install carbonio-admin-ui
apt install carbonio-admin-console-ui

Use port 6071 but these are two of the packages that you should manually install. You can see the whole list of these packages on Carbonio CE Installation (Specifically Step 3) since you might need to install other packages as well.

 

@arman Should this require any kind of service restart or reboot?  I can log into the new UI but when I select my domain I get the browser error like you're leaving a page and then no accounts show up in the address list.

Rich

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dominix
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@rwebb616  I guess it require that you specify the interface you want.

I was used to just go to  https://myserver.domain.tld:7071   but now you must specify 

https://myserver.domain.tld:6071/carbonioAdmin/

or 

https://myserver.domain.tld:7071/carbonioAdmin/

ie one have to specify /carbonioAdmin/ on the URL.


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rwebb616
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Posted by: @dominix

@rwebb616  I guess it require that you specify the interface you want.

I was used to just go to  https://myserver.domain.tld:7071   but now you must specify 

https://myserver.domain.tld:6071/carbonioAdmin/

or 

https://myserver.domain.tld:7071/carbonioAdmin/

ie one have to specify /carbonioAdmin/ on the URL.

@dominix Yes, thank you - I have the correct URL and I can access the UI and even see my domain.  It's just doing this when I go to look at the addresses.


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Arman Khosravi
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Hi everyone,

I would like to know how Zextras think about Carbonio in term of readyness. Do you guys thinks its ready for prod ? ready for test ? ready for development purpose ?

for me it doesn't look ready for prod. should I notice here the bugs I found in my last attempt to use it ?

is there public issue bugzilla ? issue report on github ? what do you prefers ?

Hi @dominix,

We are using it in our production environment for some months now and even if we know that there is still a lot do to, we think it's OK if you want to use it in production. I think you notice that we are releasing every month a new version and the quality is improving at a fast pace. We recommend waiting for next week for the release of Carbonio 22.11 and giving it another try.

For the report issues and bugs, we suggest you use the feedback button in the user menu. If you have several points to report, we can organize a different way for you. On the other hand, if you are willing in helping us improve the product, we can involve you in some surveys or A/B testing for new features and so on.

Thank you very much for your interest.

Arman

 

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Arman Khosravi
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Hello everyone,

The Zextras team is happy to announce the release of the Carbonio Community Edition 22.11.0, along with a number of improvements and new features.

 

What’s New


Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Users can now install Carbonio CE on RHEL 8 and benefit from this popular Linux distribution on their servers.

In order to add Carbonio CE’s repository to RHEL 8, follow the official documentation.


 

Features to highlight:

 

Customizable Unsend Message Interval - Users may now select the time interval during which the message can be unsent. This can easily be done from a drop-down menu in the settings to choose between 0, 3, 5, 10, or 20 seconds.

Navigation within the PDF Preview - Users can now use the arrow keys and the page down/up keys to navigate through the preview of a PDF file.

Support for Inline Email Attachments - A new button has been added to enable users to insert images in the body of an email while composing.

Shortcut to Recent Files and Folders - Users can now quickly access recently opened files and folders via a new section in the Files menu and continue working on them without having to navigate back to the file.

Drag and Drop for Series of Calendar Events - Users can now use drag and drop to change the timing of a series of events. A message will appear asking the user whether the change should be applied to a single event or the entire series.

New Pending Setup Output Log - The output of the pending setup is now logged for later reference and troubleshooting.

New VerifyCertKey Parameters - VerifyCertKey now supports separate parameters for the certificate and the ca_chain.

Enhanced Check on FQDN and Virtual Host of a Domain - This option forces system administrators to use proper FQDN for both public service hostname and virtual hostname for any domain, where the domain is included in the FQDN preventing any internal routing error.

 

Check out the full changelog to know the whole list.

 

How to upgrade

To upgrade to the latest version simply run:

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

apt update && apt upgrade

RHEL 8

dnf upgrade

 

We wanted also to thank you for your candid and valuable feedback, it is an integral part of why we're succeeding. In other news, we always welcome the opportunity to pen an update that includes any ideas, constructive criticism, or suggestions on how to improve.

 

For more information read the Carbonio CE documentation.

Subscribe to this thread to stay informed of future releases.

 

Cheers!


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