Release Notes: The GnuPG support was extended, and now simple encrypted messages can be decrypted by aptg2. The ability to "QuickBrowse" an email folder was added.
Release Notes: This version comes with a mass of new features. Firstly, email might be flagged now (as important/personal/ later/etc.) and are shown in a specific color in the list. After a reply to a received mail there is a new icon in fron tof the mail in the list. GnuPG support was added. In detail one can search and import public keys or generate a own key, and sending simple GPG encrypted mails is possible, with no attachments and only one recipient.
Release Notes: The personal options were improved. Users can now create their own style.css file and upload it. The use of the style.css was improved, and nearly everything which belongs to the style is declared there. The sessionlib now has a second function for "pseudo" sessions. This function can be used to get the sessvar, given the SID, but it allows changes to be saved. The MySQL table for personal configurations was redesigned.
Release Notes: This release is a complete code rewrite of the older versions. The code structure and design have been completely changed. For security purposes, new session-handling has been created, using one-time-sessionids, which will make session hijacking very difficult.
Release Notes: A new configuration file format has been established. You can now specify the location in your MySQL database at which the configuration data used by aptg is stored and which user has access to this data. This will make installing aptg much easier.
Release Notes: A complete rewrite of the sending functions was necessary. The MySQL database is now used for many issues, such as storing temp data, etc. It is possible to upload files and attach them to email messages. Messages that are sent are stored in a folder called Sent.