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Turba Roadmaps

The following roadmaps summarize the important changes planned for future releases. They do not list all changes, only changes that are considered significant from the end user's point of view. In addition to the changes listed, most releases will probably contain at least some of the following changes:

  • Bug fixes, performance tweaks, code cleanups, etc.
  • New and/or improved translations.
  • New preferences or configuration options.

Turba 4.2

Status: In Development

Planned release timeframe: July 8th, 2014

Features currently planned for the next release:

FeatureStatus
Tag supportDone
Distribution lists and photos for KolabDone

Turba 4.1

Status: Released

Planned release timeframe: June 4th, 2013

Features currently planned for the next release:

FeatureStatus
CardDAV supportDone

Turba 4.0

Status: Released

Planned release timeframe: October 30th, 2012

Turba 3.0

Status: Released

Planned release timeframe: April 5th, 2011

Features currently planned for the next release:

FeatureStatus
Native PHP 5 codeDone

Turba 2.3

Status: Released

Planned release timeframe: September 2008

Features currently planned for the next release:

FeatureStatus
Photo supportDone
Improved import/exportDone

Turba 2.2

Status: Released

Planned release timeframe: Early 2008

Features currently planned for the next release:

FeatureStatus
Virtual address books for saved searchesDone
Address book with most frequent mail recipientsDone
Sort by multiple criteriaDone
Editing of composite fieldsDone
Fallback mode if database is downDone
Support for read/write splitted database backend, i.e. DB clustersDone

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