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Old 07-07-2016, 06:49 AM   #1
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ONLYOFFICE 8.9.0 Released


ONLYOFFICE, a free and open source web-office, announces the update of all its components.

ONLYOFFICE Document Editors 4.0.0 (Document Server)

The ONLYOFFICE developers have transferred the Document Editors 4.0.0 server-side code from ASP.NET to Node.js and added several features, early available for Enterprise Edition users only, like
  • commenting and integrated chat;
  • fast real-time co-editing like in Google Docs;
  • reviewing and tracking changes;
  • version history;
  • text art;
  • named ranges;
  • formula language and regional settings;
  • adding, removing and modifying the available styles.

ONLYOFFICE Community Server v.8.9.0
  • mail and calendar integration: invite any Internet user to an event, get invitations from other calendars, accept or reject them;
  • address book;
  • Mail autoreply;
  • Review access rights to the document.

To learn more: http://www.onlyoffice.com/blog/2016/...-as-it-is-now/
 
Old 07-07-2016, 04:37 PM   #2
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looking a lot like spam ????

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Old 07-07-2016, 05:52 PM   #3
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Well, OnlyOffice is a good alternative for people who have limited machines and need M$ Office compatibility. If LibreOffice is too large and slow (which is quite easy to happen), OnlyOffice is a very good online solution, doubly so if one has issues with the limitations of google docs. I keep an account for when I had my streambook, as with only 2 GB ram, LibreOffice would be unusably slow. It's got a very M$ Office look, and good compatibility from what little I've tested.
 
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Might be spam, but it's useful spam. I'd not heard of this, and if it truly is open source (blog suggests it is, as of version 4.0, but have not looked too deeply yet) then it might be a really good alternative to "cloud"-based office work.
 
  


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