evolution database backend server
The data server, called "Evolution Data Server" is responsible for managing
mail, calendar, addressbook, tasks and memo information.
The Evolution Data Server package provides a unified backend for programs that work with
contacts, tasks, and calendar information. It was originally developed for Evolution
(hence the name), but is now used by other packages as well.
The Evolution Data Server provides a single database for common, desktop-wide information,
such as a user's address book or calendar events.
By using the evolutio
Evolution for Debian
In versions prior to 2.8, two different IMAP providers (backend modules) were installed. "IMAP" was considered more stable and "IMAP4rev1" had a few experimental features. Starting with version 2.8, IMAP4rev1 has been removed. All accounts with IMAP4rev1 set as server type for incoming email must be switched to IMAP.
Evolution-Data-Server 2.30.3 2010-08-11
Bug 602287 - Avoid racing with camel_operation_mute() (Matthew Barnes)
Bug 622008 - Don't trust is->select_folder in
imapx_job_scan_changes_done() (David Woodhouse)
Bug 623795 - URI at the end of text isn't clickable (Milan Crha)
Bug 623936 - 75 second delay when creating new DAV entries i
evolution-data-server (2.30.3-2+squeeze1) stable; urgency=low
* Add 02_data_book_respond_get_chan
2009-04-24 Milan Crha <email@example.com>
** Fix for bug #569652
-switch e-mutex to gthreads
-ensure class/type macros
-ensure header formatting
-ensure header guard
This package was debianized by Takuo KITAME <firstname.lastname@example.org> on
Mon, 15 Dec 2003 10:36:50 +0900.
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