Direct link to BlueMind 3.5 download: https://download.bluemind.net/bm-download/3.5
BlueMind now supports RedHat 7 and Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial.
Find out more about all supported OS in the Installation prerequisites
A brand new top navigation bar offers an easier, modern and stylish way to move around inside BlueMind and access applications and features:
Large files and detached attachments
BlueMind v.3.5 introduces the possibility to detach attachments from messages and show them as download links instead. This makes messages lighter, thereby alleviating servers and communication networks: files are no longer sent within email messages and stored on the incoming server in addition to the outgoing server and being duplicated and multiplied as messages are forwarded and replied to.
To find out more about how this works, please go to: Large files and detached attachments
For more details about implementing this feature, go to the administrator's guide's page: Post-installation configuration
The file chooser enables you to browse previously sent files which are stored in the user's area:
Auto-forward to several recipients
BlueMind now enables you to forward a mailbox's messages to several recipients automatically.
Overbooking and automatic resource booking
BlueMind 3.5.5 brings a long-awaited feature: auto-accept or reject resource bookings.
Thanks to this, although resource managers will continue to be alerted about resource bookings, they will no longer have to accept or reject requests through the resource's calendar. If a resource is available, its participation is automatically confirmed, if not, it is rejected. The resource manager can still arbitrate and edit bookings as necessary.
This feature is optional and BlueMind's earlier resource management method can be kept.
To find out more, go to the dedicated page Administration des ressources
BlueMind users can now create and own as many personal calendars as they like. This means they can sort and share events more efficiently.
In addition, users can choose which calendars will be used to show their availability:
BlueMind 3.5 makes it possible to synchronize external calendars for viewing through a calendar's url in iCal format (.ics file extension).
The BlueMind calendar can now be shared externally through a public address or a private address that allows private events to be viewed.
For more details about this feature, go to Sharing Calendars
Custom calendar colors
With BlueMind 3.5, you can define calendar colors which are saved for future sessions.
To find out more, go to the section:calendar colors.
- A long-awaited BlueMind 3.5 feature is being able to specify different participation statuses for each instance of a recurring meeting. As a result, participants can confirm their assistance for the whole series and, if necessary, specify that they will not attend a particular instance.
- Each participant now has a customized view of a meeting, which means they can edit it (customized title, description, location, etc.) without it being seen by other participants.
- The event organizer, who is now a participant of all his events and meetings, has control over the meeting and centralizes participation statuses. Participants can check others' participation status through the organizer meeting view.
For more information, please see Calendar - §3
You can now view events, contacts, or tasks creation and modification history.
With BlueMind 3.5 you can now manage tasks in a specific UI and they are synchronized with the calendar.
You can organize tasks in lists and use tags which are shared with other BlueMind applications (contacts and calendar).
You can share to-do lists with your colleagues by giving them basic or full management privileges.
Apple mobile devices synchronized via EAS now include the synchronization of multiple address books: personal and shared.
Only collected contacts and the directory cannot be synchronized.
You can manage all BlueMind tasks (create, edit, confirm...) in your usual iOS app:
For subscription-based installation of BlueMind 3.5, the number of BlueMind users must be the same as the number indicated in the subscription.
More advanced administration rights management
Improvements have been made to administration rights which can now be fine tuned for specific users or domain administrators. Rights can now be specifically set for:
- domain address books
- domain calendars
- shared mailboxes
- the domain (quotas, number of users)
Restricting the number of domain users
A maximum number of users can now be set for each domain.
An interactive documentation for our new API REST is imbedded in the installer and can be accessed by users with “Api docs” privileges. This documentation is also published in BlueMind Docs.