January 30, 2009
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The following highlights what is new in this release:
Support for recognizing unique services within a profile
POP mail server support
Multiple options for configuring automatic updates of offline folders
Ability to install automatic updates from the About dialog box or from a new system tray icon notifying you when updates are available
New system tray icon providing server status information
New interface allows log generation and a way to provide feedback to Oracle Support
Option to enable highly descriptive log files for diagnosing errors
Additional details available when generating a report package
Improved support for third-party products working with Outlook
Additional support for features available in Outlook with Microsoft Exchange
Option to back up your personal folders before resetting them
Interactive progress bar for enhanced user feedback
Ability to send and receive messages while you are working offline
Ability to customize the display range for your Calendar folders
Support for attaching linked and embedded objects into messages
Ability to expand distribution lists in e-mails and meeting requests
Support for attaching and forwarding any Outlook data file types
Support for the automatic preview of messages
Ability to cancel opening large messages
Ability to preserve the format of e-mails sent as rich text
Improved interface navigability for configuring options
Ability to access the mail and calendar servers in parallel
Messages that have been opened are automatically synchronized for offline use
Ability to cancel name resolutions
Ability to continue working in Outlook -- including opening messages -- while downloading the Global Address List or message headers
Ability to load several mail folders simultaneously
Newest messages are downloaded first
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Table 1 Oracle Connector for Outlook System Requirements
200 MB minimum
Hard disk usage varies according to configuration. Custom installation options may require more or less hard disk space. The amount of online data the user accesses may also affect the disk space requirement.
Refer to the RAM requirements of your Microsoft Outlook client.
Oracle Calendar server 220.127.116.11 .x, 10.1. x and above.
Note: Oracle Calendar server 10.1.2.x is recommended.
Note: Oracle Mail server 10.1.2.x is recommended. Reference IMAP4 implementations of CMU Cyrus and University of Washington.
Conduits & Application for PDA & Smartphone Synchronization
Before installing Oracle Connector for Outlook, make sure that you have:
A supported Microsoft Outlook version installed on a supported platform
Administrative privileges for installing Oracle Connector for Outlook on Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, and Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Outlook 2000 installed in the Corporate or Workgroup (CWG) mode
To verify the Microsoft Outlook configuration, select Options, Mail Services, and Reconfigure Mail Support from the Tools menu.
Caution:If you use offline folders, synchronize your offline folders before upgrading to avoid loss of information.
To install Oracle Connector for Outlook:
Exit all Microsoft Windows applications.
con_outlook_1013_xx.exe to start the InstallShield Wizard.
Click Next on the Welcome screen of the InstallShield wizard.
Enter your name in the User Name field and your company name in the Organization field. Click Next.
Click Next to install in the default folder. To install Oracle Connector for Outlook in a different folder, click Change and navigate to that folder.
Select the languages you want to install. You can add more languages after the installation.
To review the information you entered in the previous screens, click Back. Otherwise, click Install.
Click Finish to start the Configuration wizard. If you intend to configure Oracle Connector for Outlook later, deselect Start Configuration, which is selected by default.
Table 2, "Resolved Limitations: Oracle Connector for Outlook Release 10.1.3.0.11" lists limitations resolved in Oracle Connector for Outlook 10.1.3.0.11.
Resolved Limitations: Oracle Connector for Outlook Release 10.1.3.0.11
|7524787||Using Office Outlook 2007, Oracle Connector for Outlook could not connect to any 3 rd party mail server that does not support root level folder creation.|
|7603371||When SMTP authentication is enabled and the password is change in the middle of the session on the server, Oracle Connector for Outlook does not notify the users that e-mail messages cannot be sent out in that session.|
Existing features missing for OCFO 10.1.3.0.11 in Outlook 2007
- Ability to create meetings or events with web conference associate with it (joining is still possible).
- Ability to add personal annotations to a meeting or event details as an attendee.
New Outlook 2007 features not supported in OCFO 10.1.3.0.11
- Email time flags - the pre-determined reminder time flags could not be saved on the 10g mail server.
Oracle Connector for Outlook, 10g Release 1 (10.1.3.0.11)
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