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[edit] Product Lifecycle

Software versions consist of a 4-part number of the form:

<major version>.<minor version>.<service pack>.<patch>

Each ‘part’ can be 1 or 2 digits in length (0-99) except for the patch ‘part.’ A patch will use the SVN (software version) number. An example might be version 4.0.3.26928, where 4 is the major version, 0 is the minor version, 3 is the service pack, and 26928 is the SVN.

Patches and service packs will only be developed for the current version, or - with more extreme cases - one minor version back. A service pack rolls together all patches implemented since the previous service pack release.

[edit] Product Release Alerts

When a new version of Retain is released, we write up a Change Notice knowledgebase article. If you subsribe to the Retain knowledgebase RSS feed, you'll be alerted of any new or revised KB articles, which would include the Change Notices.

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[edit] Release Notes

[edit] Retain 4.2.0.0

Retain 4.2.0.0 Release Notes (30 June 2017)

Instructions for upgrading are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.2.0.0. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.

[edit] Retain 4.1.0.1

Retain 4.1.0.1 Release Notes (28 February 2017)

Instructions for upgrading are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.1.0.1. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.


[edit] Retain 4.1.0.0

Retain 4.1.0.0 Release Notes (16 January 2017)

Instructions for upgrading are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.1.0.0. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.


[edit] Retain 4.0.3.1

Retain 4.0.3.1 Release Notes (19 September 2016)

Instructions for upgrading are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.0.3.1. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.


[edit] Retain 4.0.3

Retain 4.0.3 Release Notes (20 July 2016)

Instructions for upgrading are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.0.3. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.

[edit] Retain 4.0.2

Retain 4.0.2 Release Notes (6 May 2016)

[edit] New Feature

[edit] Forward incoming messages from Retain to another Service (SMTP forwarding)

Instructions for upgrading from version 3 are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.0.2. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.

[edit] Retain 4.0.1

Retain 4.0.1 Release Notes (4 March 2016)

This is a maintenance release. No new features were included.

Instructions for upgrading from version 3 are in the documentation found on this website under the "Manuals" section of the Retain menu. If you are running any version earlier than Retain 3, you must first upgrade to Retain 3, then perform the upgrade to Retain 4.0.1. It will also require a new license. You can use your Retain 3 validation keys to generate the licenses off our licensing website.

[edit] Retain 4.0

Retain 4.0 Bug Fixes (7 December 2015)

Retain 4.0 New Features (7 December 2015)

[edit] Retain 3.5.1.1

Retain 3.5.1.1 Release Notes (14 October 2014)

[edit] How to Upgrade

Upgrade: Retain 3.x to Retain 3.x (Windows).
Upgrade: Retain 3.x to Retain 3.x (Linux).
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