Calendar Server 6 2005Q4 includes the following changes and new features:
The Delegated Administrator Console (graphical user interface) now supports Calendar Server.
The following WCAP parameter was added:
smtpNotify- This parameter was added to storeevents and the following delete commands: deletecomponents_by_range, deleteevents_by_id, deleteevents_by_range .
This parameter tells the system whether or not to notify event attendees of changes being made to the event. For example, if a description change is made to an event, you might not want every attendee to get a new notification (value set to zero 0). If the meeting time is changing, however, you probably would want the attendees notified (value set to one 1).
The old user interface, Calendar Express, has been deprecated and will not appear in a future release of the product.
To that end, information in the Administration Guide and Developer's Guide that referred to Calendar Express has been removed. If you are still using Calendar Express, you should make plans to convert to Communications Express as soon as possible. Documentation for Calendar Express can still be located in documentation for earlier versions of Calendar Server at http://docs.sun.com.
cs5migrate change-In the past, the cs5migrate utility, for migrating earlier versions of Calendar Server to version 5, was available as two separate downloads: one for databases with recurring events and tasks and one for databases without recurring data. The two have been consolidated. Now there is only cs5migrate with an option for recurring data.