AlphaMail is a mod_perl webmail system with a C++ middleware component that is intended to make the system highly scalable. It supports many Unix variants with any RFC-compliant IMAP server (including UW, Cyrus, and Dovecot).
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA) Post-Office IMAP|
Release Notes: This release does not contain bugfixes that affect existing installations. One fix prevents bad chmod on /var/log during initial configuration. It also includes the ability to use SSL IMAP on non-standard ports.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes were made to the address book and the handling of improperly encoded folder names (which could potentially cause infinite loops containing memory allocation). A configurable parameter for login name field length was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes an undocumented compile switch. It was defaulting to disable UTF-8 search, which most installations want. A bug in snippet decoding that was causing it to miss some base64 encoded data has been fixed. Another mimeword issue has been fixed. This one requires a patch to Mail-Tools to really be complete, since a bug was found in that library.
Release Notes: A problem with mimeword decoding that was clipping some fields in compose and the address book was fixed. Encode::IMAPUTF7 was integrated into the code base along with a patch for it, avoiding problems with the old encoder from the CPAN Unicode package (pre .38) and the new one from the CPAN Encode package. A bug in the Web cache that prevented certain special characters (like quotes) in folder names was fixed.
Release Notes: Several minor bugs affecting some UTF encodings were fixed along with bugs related to the address book and automated tests.