GroupWise: Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack 1.1.2 Ships!

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Novell has released the latest update for Novell Data Synchronizer Mobility Pack. It is version 1.1.2. It is now available for immediate download....

We have delivered two updates since the Chinnook release in March. Each of these releases has focused specifically on customer reported issues, increased stability, support for upcoming releases of Novell Vibe OnPrem (Evergreen), Novell GroupWise Ascot and the Novell Vibe OnPrem Connector. We also continue to improve the administration, trouble shooting and monitoring aspects of the Mobility Pack.

Highlights




    • New and Improved Storage Layer

 

    • Security Fixes

 

    • Send Mail - Honors size limits

 

    • Test Drive HTML Messages for iOS devices Note: Disabled by default

 

    • Improved Attachment Retention and Cleanup

 

    • Improved Duplicate Item Checking

 

    • Improved Sync Process

 

    • Reply/Forward Indicator Support

 

    • Calendar Sync Improvements




FYI: This is build 428.



Here is a link to the readme, and the list of issues that were resolved since March. We are very satisfied with the progress of the Mobility Pack and believe that these updates provide a solid foundation for delivering more enhancements and features. The next major release of the Mobility Pack is code named Delaware. It will be that release that will contain support for HTML email. As previously posted, "next major update of the Mobility Pack is still on schedule and will release in the coming months – I will say during Q3."




There are multiple ways to get the latest update. See this previous blog post for those details.

Please update and let us know how it goes!
Dean

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  • Great question....

    This has not been top of mind for us and therefore has not been a priority. We have been prioritizing so many other things ahead of this that we have not come back around to considering expanding our platform support matrix.

    This is something we are still looking at, but it is certainly a bit longer term. This is not part of our next set of objectives nor is it part of the next major release of Mobility.

    We are interested in additional thoughts and feedback on this! How important is expanding our platform support and what are all of the platforms you think we should consider?

    Dean
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