SOGo v3.2.10 released
July 5, 2017

The Inverse team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of SOGo v3.2.9. This is a minor release of SOGo which focuses on various enhancements and improved stability over previous versions.

Changes from the previous version

New features

  • [web] new images viewer in Mail module
  • [web] create list from selected cards (#3561)
  • [eas] initial EAS v16 and email drafts support
  • [core] load-testing scripts to evaluate SOGo performance
  • [core] Debian Stretch support


  • [core] now possible to {un}subscribe to folders using sogo-tool
  • [web] AngularJS optimizations in Mail module
  • [web] AngularJS optimization of color picker
  • [web] improve display of tasks status
  • [web] added custom fields support from Thunderbird’s address book
  • [web] added Latvian (lv) translation - thanks to Juris Balandis
  • [web] expose user’s defaults and settings inline
  • [web] can now discard incoming mails during vacation
  • [web] support both backspace and delete keys in Mail and Contacts modules
  • [web] improved display of appointment/task comments and card notes
  • [web] updated Angular Material to version 1.1.4
  • [web] updated CKEditor to version 4.7.1

Bug fixes

  • [web] respect SOGoLanguage and SOGoSupportedLanguages (#4169)
  • [web] fixed adding list members with multiple email addresses
  • [web] fixed responsive condition of login page (960px to 1023px)
  • [web] don’t throw errors when accessing nonexistent special mailboxes (#4177)
  • [core] newly subscribed calendars are excluded from freebusy (#3354)
  • [core] don’t update subscriptions when owner is not the active user (#3988)
  • [core] strip cr during LDIF import process (#4172)
  • [core] email alarms are sent too many times (#4100)
  • [core] enable S/MIME even when using GNU TLS (#4201)
  • [core] silence verbose output for sogo-ealarms-notify (#4170)
  • [eas] don’t include task folders if we hide them in SOGo (#4164)

See the closed tickets for this release and the complete change log.

Back to 2017