Release Notes: This release supports non-ASCII autoreply email, makes GPG encryption and signing of text easier, adds support for SSH 2 keys, and more.
Release Notes: This release preserves read flags when moving mail between folders, better handles MIME-words encoded headers, allows scheduled background downloads, and better supports SSH version 2 key generation.
Release Notes: This version adds read flags in the Web mail interface, better syncing with IMAP servers, faster display of new mail, auto-whitelist managemant, and many other other small changes.
Release Notes: Better detection of attachments in Webmail, spam deletion by score, improved reply and print buttons, IMAP trash folder and deleted mail fixes, a new Czech translation, XSS protection in popup windows, and a more secure session database.
Release Notes: Links from unknown referers are now blocked by default, to prevent XSS attacks. "From" address detection for autoreplies was improved. Unread message counts are totalled for IMAP mail folders. Warnings are given if a message is sent with no recipient or subject. Tabs were added to the Upload and Download module, as was support for downloading a whole directory in ZIP format. MySQL and PostgreSQL user-interface related settings can now be made on a per-user basis, rather than being global. A bug in the MySQL module that could prevent logins was fixed.
Release Notes: Various mail reading interface improvements were made, such as an option to hide embedded images and a quick reply form. A search form for finding pages was added along with help within Usermin. Better read/special flag integration with IMAP clients was implemented.
Release Notes: Many mail reading improvements, such as support for IMAP read/special flags, a nicer UI for viewing attachments, mass download and slideshow for attachments, preservation of embedded images when replying to HTML email, keeping the folder page consistent when performing actions, and links to select read, unread, and special messages. Also includes MySQL and LDAP backend support in the SpamAssassin module.
Release Notes: This release adds sysadmin-configurable options in the Filter Mail module to create a .forward file that runs procmail automatically, and to set the minimum time between automatic replies. It fixes several indexing bugs in the Read Mail module that caused some messages to appear as None in the mail list after deletion. It adds a Save and Edit button to the Read Mail module to save a draft copy of a message and continue working on it. Attachments in the Read Mail module are now shown using a table rather than as icons.
Release Notes: The indexing system for mailboxes has been completely rewritten to make it faster and more reliable. Messages are now identified by a unique ID, such as the maildir filename or IMAP UID. All pages in the Read Mail module have been updated to a more consistent and themable look. Messages marked as Special are now automatically added to a virtual folder of the same name, making them easier to find. A Preferences option has been added to whitelist recipients of email that you send, and the Filter Mail module has new pages that quickly set up an autoresponder or forwarding.
Release Notes: A Read Mail module Preferences option was added to have addressbook entries automatically added to the SpamAssassin whitelist. When searching a spam, virus, or drafts folder, the same buttons that appear in the original folder will appear in the search results. Preferences page options were added for selecting the sent mail and drafts folder filenames. A search box was added to the address chooser popup.