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Cisco WebEx Social Release Notes,
Release 3.1 SR2
Revised January 14, 2013
These release notes provide important information for Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 SR2 build 18.104.22.16800.268.
These release notes include topics:
Cisco WebEx Social is a collaboration platform that enables content creation, real-time communications, and other collaborations in a personalized manner.
What's New in Cisco WebEx Social
The following sections describe major new features and functions in the Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 release:
What's New in Release 3.1
Major new updates in Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 include the following:
•Added localization support for 13 languages.
•Support for picture in picture in video calls
•Support for SharePoint 2010
•New set of collaboration APIs
•Upgrade of the post editor (CKEditor) to version 3.6.4
•Ability for a user to unsubscribe from individual posts and no longer receive e-mail notifications that regard the posts
•Displays the recurrence pattern (time information) for a series of recurring meetings
•Allows users to view and download meeting attachments from the Details page for a meeting
•Visually identifies exceptions from other instances of meetings in a series of recurring meetings
•Ability to create a post in My Library by using e-mail and to share the post with other people
•Ability to prevent a community owner from binding a discussion category to a mailing list
•Ability to disable outbound e-mail notification to mailing lists
•Mobile pages for Administrators, which provide options for configuring extensibility and branding functionality (reserved for future use)
What's New in Release 3.1 SR1
Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 SR1 fixes various issues.
What's New in Release 3.1 SR2
Major new updates in Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 SR2 include the following:
•A user must now provide login credentials (username and password) to use the Visual Voice Mail portlet
•The Visual Voice Mail portlet now automatically selects the appropriate voice messaging server so a user no longer needs to manually select the server
•Improvements to the speed of the Call plug-in registration process
•Various bug fixes
This section describes limitation, restrictions, and other important information that applies to this release of Cisco WebEx Social.
•Although the CAS tab appears in the Account Settings > Portal > Settings > Authentication window, Cisco WebEx Social does not support Central Authentication Service (CAS) and the fields in this tab are not used.
•When using Show & Share release 5.3 with Cisco WebEx Social, do not install Show & Share patch1.
•If SSO is enabled in your network, make sure that the Enable SSO box in the Notifier area of the Configuration window in the Director is checked. This configuration ensures that user accounts are not locked if a password lockout policy is configured in your Active Directory.
•In some cases, the auto-generated e-mail aliases for Communities and Discussion Forum Categories are not generated when upgrading from Quad 2.5(2) to Cisco WebEx Social. To work around this issue, contact the Cisco Technical Assistance Center TAC to obtain an updated migration script. For more information, use the Bug Toolkit to access the defect number CSCuc00380 (see the "Using the Bug Toolkit" section).
•Preventing community owners from binding discussion categories to mailing lists—In earlier releases of Cisco WebEx Social, community owners and community administrators were allowed to bind discussion categories to mailing lists by default. In release 3.1, this feature can be enabled or disabled by using the following property. Set this property to true to disable the mailing list binding feature for community owners and community administrators. This way, only the Cisco WebEx Social Administrator is able to create discussion category to mailing list bindings.
For information about how to set advanced portal properties, see the "Advanced Portal Properties" section in Cisco WebEx Social Administration Guide.
•Disabling outbound email notifications to mailing lists—By default, Cisco WebEx Social sends email notifications to mailing lists each time a new discussion is created in the category. You can enable or disable this feature by using the following property. Set this property to false to disable the outbound notifications for all communities in Cisco WebEx Social.
For information about how to set advanced portal properties, see the "Advanced Portal Properties" section in the Cisco WebEx Social Administration Guide.
•Beginning with Cisco WebEx Social 3.1 SR2, a configuration page appears the first time that a user clicks the Sign-in button to access voice messages via the Visual Voice Mail portlet. On this page, the user must enter the log in credentials that are required to access voice messages. The system saves this information so it is not required for subsequent sign-ins to the Visual Voice Mail portlet.
Installation and Upgrade Notes
This section provides important information that you should review before you install or upgrade Cisco WebEx Social.
•When you perform the procedure in the "Installing Cisco WebEx Social 3.1" section in Cisco WebEx Social Installation and Upgrade Guide, Release 3.1, do not configure settings in the Notifier area in the Configuration window of the Director when you configure settings as described in Step 4 of that procedure.
Related Documentation and Training Videos
The following Cisco WebEx Social documents are available at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10668/tsd_products_support_series_home.html.
•Cisco WebEx Social Administration Guide, Release 3.1
•Cisco WebEx Social Installation and Upgrade Guide, Release 3.1
•Cisco WebEx Social Server: Getting Started Guide, Release 3.1
•Cisco WebEx Social API Reference Guide, Release 3.1
•Cisco WebEx Social Troubleshooting Guide, Release 3.0
•Cisco WebEx Social Frequently Asked Questions, Release 3.1
•Cisco WebEx Social Disaster Recovery Using Snapshots, Release 3.0
•Cisco WebEx Social Compatibility Guide, Release 3.1
•Open Source Used In Cisco WebEx Social 3.1
Cisco WebEx Social training videos are available at http://howdoi.webex.com.
This section includes these topics:
Using the Bug Toolkit
You can use the Bug Toolkit to find information about defects for the this release, including a description of the issues and available workarounds. The Bug Toolkit lists open and resolved defects.
To use the Bug Toolkit, follow these steps:
Step 1 To access the Bug Toolkit, go to http://tools.cisco.com/Support/BugToolKit/action.do?hdnAction=searchBugs.
Step 2 Log in with your Cisco.com user ID and password.
Step 3 To look for information about a specific problem, enter the bug ID number in the Search for bug ID field, then click Go.
Step 4 To look for information if you do not know the bug ID number:
a. Choose Collaboration from the Select Product Category menu.
b. Choose Cisco WebEx Social from the Select Product menu.
c. Choose the version number from the Software Version menu.
d. Under Advanced Options, choose Use default settings or Use custom settings. The default settings search for severity 1, 2 and 3 bugs, open and fixed bugs, and only bugs containing bug details. Use the custom settings to change the severity and status parameters, or to search for keywords within the bug headline and description.
Table 1 lists known defects in this release.
Note Because defect status continually changes, be aware that Table 1 reflects a snapshot of the defects at the time that the release notes were compiled.
Table 2 lists resolved defects in this release.
This document is to be used in conjunction with the documents listed in the "Related Documentation and Training Videos" section.
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