Novell has released the latest upgrade to their Groupwise Data Syncronizer Mobility pack bringing it up to version 1.2.5 with new features and bug fixes. Don't forget to run the /opt/novell/datasync/update.sh script after updating your rpms.
Download is available here http://download.novell.com/Download?b...OPy1u0KOA~
01/30/2013 - Temporarily pulled due to an issue with extended ascii characters in databases that would keep the update from completing. New update in next day or so.
02/20/2013 - Re-released http://download.novell.com/Download?b...orbeHhNsM~
Besides the bug fixes listed at https://www.novell.com/documentation/...lity.html, Mobility Pack 1.2.5 provides the following enhanced features compared to Mobility Pack 1.2.4:
Additional Device Operating Support: Windows Phone 8 is now supported.
Improved User/Group Management: Users and groups are now managed on a Synchronizer system level, rather than being associated with individual connectors.
Global Status Monitor: A preview version of the new Global Status Monitor is available for monitoring all aspects of your Synchronizer system in a single Web interface.
Device Quarantine: New devices can be automatically quarantined, so that they do not automatically connect to your Synchronizer system until you release them from the quarantine.
Automatic Device Removal: Unused devices can be automatically removed from your Synchronizer system.
Maximum Item Synchronization: You can control how much data synchronizes to mobile devices when users configure their devices to request synchronization for all email and calendar items.
MCheck Utility: The new MCheck utility helps you diagnose synchronization problem. MCheck gathers configuration settings for your Synchronizer system and verifies that the contents of the GroupWise Address Book and users’ mailboxes have synchronized to the Mobility Connector database.
Resource Mailbox Synchronization: You can synchronize resource mailboxes to your mobile device along with your own mailbox.
Simplified Logging Levels: The Info logging level now provides sufficient logging information for day-to-day usage. The Debug logging level should be used only for short-term periods of troubleshooting.
Synchronizer Web Admin Access by root User: If the LDAP server associated with your Synchronizer system is unavailable, you can log in to Synchronizer Web Admin using the root user name and password.
Anonymous Feedback: You can submit anonymous feedback about your Synchronizer system to Novell, in order to assist in ongoing efforts to improve Synchronizer performance.
WSTrust: The WSTrust single sign-on solution is now supported for use with Synchronizer Web Admin.