Our most powerful Outlook synchronization plugin, CodeTwo Public Folders has been updated to version 4.7.4. Although the newest build doesn’t introduce any new features, it fixes some minor bugs from the previous releases. Like most of CodeTwo updates, this one is also free of charge for all users that own the license for the current version of the program (4.x). Feel free to download and install it on your machines!
Here is the full lists of fixes included in version 4.7.4:
- Drafts folders are excluded from the synchronization process of C2PublicFolders folder tree.
- In some cases, the program settings were not properly saved when closing the Administration Panel window.
- In some cases, users were losing the rights to edit or remove items which they owned.
- In some cases, a user was able to use the context menu to publish a folder which was located outside the default Outlook PST file.
Just to remind you… To successfully perform an update on CodeTwo Public Folders, both the Syncing master and all Outlook Add-Ins need to be updated. We don’t provide automatic updates. The newest installer needs to be downloaded and installed on top of existing installations manually. All previous settings will be kept.
What is CodeTwo Public Folders?
CodeTwo Public Folders is a great app for sharing Outlook folders between many PCs in a local network. It allows creating public folders in the Outlook folder tree, sharing personal Outlook data with others and managing detailed access rights to shared items. At the same time the program requires no server deployment and no day-to-day maintenance is involved. See the video below for more details about this powerful collaboration tool. It REALLY is that simple.