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    5                         TINE 2.0 LICENSES
    6                     Version 2, 30 November 2009
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    9 Tine 2.0 takes licensing and copyright seriously. All components the 
   10 software system consists of are chosen carefully with respect to 
   11 their particular license and copyright terms to be compatible with 
   12 the vendors main license conditions.
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   14 Tine 2.0 uses a mix of different licenses. All of these are found below 
   15 (ordered by number of files that use a specific license). The main 
   16 license of Tine 2.0 is the AGPL v3. Some third party modules and the 
   17 ActiveSync module use different licenses.
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   20 Please note: The distribution of the Tine 2.0 ActiveSync module in or 
   21 to the United States of America is prohibited due to patent issues.
   22 -> see AGPL v1 section
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   25 1. AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 3 (AGPL v3)
   26 3. BSD Copyright (New BSD License)
   27 2. AFFERO GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Version 1 (AGPL v1)
   28 4. GNU Lesser General Public License 2.1 (LGPL v2.1)
   29 5. Apache License 2.0
   30 6. GNU Lesser General Public License 3 (LGPL v3)  
   31 7. GNU General Public License 3 (GPL v3)                  
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