today we have released the Z-Push 2.0.5RC version (build 1511).
It fixes the IOS6 meeting "hijacking" issue (read more at http://www.zarafa.com/blog/post/2012...ntation-z-push). It also fixes that "out-of-sync-window" appointments are deleted in Zarafa when using HTC devices. Droid 3 is now able to get the full message and Nokia N9MeeGo is able to download attachments.
Fileas default order for contacts created or edited on the mobile is now "Lastname, Firstname" (this setting is for displaying in outlook/webaccess only, mobile devices show contacts depending on the setting on a device).
Changes since 2.0.4
[ZP-168] - SMS sync causes WBXMLException
[ZP-191] - Upgrade from 1.5 to 2.0 gives multiple WBXML errors on GetItemEstimate
[ZP-200] - Warnings on announcing accepted message
[ZP-207] - Possibility to define a max amount of items to be synchronized
[ZP-233] - Nokia N9 MeeGo requests <Range> in ItemOperations
[ZP-244] - Also add last sync time listed in z-push-admin.php -a list
[ZP-251] - Review announced messages to z-push-top when importing messages
[ZP-254] - Sending a email with mulitple pictures results in errors when fetching the pictures on WM 7.5
[ZP-259] - Set the default fileas order to Lastname, Firstname
[ZP-262] - Update copyright dates
[ZP-267] - The get_defined_constants (true) causes a crash in php
[ZP-270] - SyncParameters does not handle explicit defined foldertypes "Contacts" and "Calendar"
[ZP-274] - Update INSTALL file add RHEL6 specific php packages
[ZP-275] - Install instructions, change php options in apache config
[ZP-68] - Tracking tab is not updated after sending a meeting request update
[ZP-209] - Warnings in meeting request class
[ZP-252] - Return plain text type in getNativeBodyType() instead of undefined
[ZP-253] - Droid 3 truncates emails on fetch
[ZP-258] - Z-Push sync of HTC Sense device causes deletion of calendar items
[ZP-276] - IOS6 meeting "hijacking"
The version is available at: http://zarafa-deutschland.de/z-push-download/beta/2.0/.
Your feedback is highly appreciated.
Z-Push dev team