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ZCP 7.1 (build 45225)

Zarafa Collaboration Platform

Release Notes

Edition 7.1

The Zarafa Team


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Abstract
The Zarafa Collaboration Platform (ZCP) combines the usability of Outlook with the stability and flexibility of a Linux server. It features a rich web-interface, the Zarafa WebAccess, and provides brilliant integration options with all sorts of clients including all most popular mobile platforms.
Most components of ZCP are open source, licensed under the AGPLv3, can therefore be downloaded freely as ZCP's Community Edition.
Several closed source components exist, most notably:
  • the Zarafa Windows Client providing Outlook integration,
  • the Zarafa BES Integration providing Blackberry Enterprise Server connectivity,
  • the Zarafa ADS Plugin providing Active Directory integration, and
  • the Zarafa Backup Tools.
These components, together with several advanced features for large setups and hosters, are only available in combination with a support contract as part of ZCP's Commercial Editions.
Alternatively there is a wide selection of hosted ZCP offerings available worldwide.
This document, the release notes, will describe all new features and architecture changes in the ZCP.

1. Introduction
1.1. Intended Audience
1.2. Additional information resources
2. Changes for end users
2.1. Outlook changes
2.1.1. Delivery status notifications
2.1.2. Outlook offline storage engine
2.2. WebAccess changes
2.3. WebApp changes
3. Changes for Administrators
3.1. Subscription keys
3.2. Packaging layout change
3.3. Zarafa Search
3.4. Support for multiple LDAP servers
3.5. Python Dagent & Spooler hooks
3.5.1. Dagent plugins
3.5.2. Spooler plugins
3.6. Removal of the Perl API
3.7. Zarafa backup optimizations
3.8. Deduplication filter for group recipients
3.9. Reverse Proxy Support for multi-server clusters
3.9.1. Setup Prerequisites
3.10. Restrict admin permissions
3.11. SMTP Delivery notifications
3.12. Zarafa Out of Office configuration
3.13. New zarafa-admin changes
4. Upgrading to ZCP 7.1
4.1. Config file changes
4.1.1. server.cfg
4.1.2. backup.cfg
4.1.3. indexer.cfg
4.1.4. search.cfg
4.1.5. licensed.cfg
4.1.6. dagent.cfg
4.1.7. spooler.cfg
4.1.8. gateway.cfg
4.1.9. ical.cfg
4.1.10. ldap.propmap.cfg
4.1.11. ldap.openldap.cfg
4.1.12. ldap.active-directory.cfg
5. Changes in 7.1.1
5.1. Configuration file changes 7.1.1
6. Changes in 7.1.2
6.1. Configuration file changes 7.1.2
7. Changes in 7.1.3
7.1. Configuration file changes 7.1.3
8. Changes in 7.1.4
8.1. Configuration file changes 7.1.4