Release Notes: Undo and redo functions were added to the message composer, a problem with occasionaly mangling text attachments was fixed, more information about attached messages is shown in the viewer, and further GPG improvements were made.
Release Notes: This version includes some text wrapping improvements, fixes for charset encoding validation and conversion, encryption and signing enhancements, and minor LDAP fixes.
Release Notes: This version includes GPG support, translation fixes and enhancements, a large number of UI fixes, auto-commit improvements, a buffer overflow fix, and lots of other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some crashes and deadlocks, bugs in --without-esmtp building, autocommit feature misbehaviors, and filtering in the presence of deleted messages.
Release Notes: Infinite loops that could occur in message threading have been fixed. Linking against aspell has been fixed. The mailbox panel can be resized. IMAP user names can now contain special characters.
Release Notes: This version includes message threading improvements, IMAP connection pinging to prevent timeouts, configurable Procmail commands that are used for POP filtering, and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The major changes since the last release include authenticated LDAP binding, an option to use TLS for LDAP, persistent mailbox sorting and threading, search improvements, multiple UI fixes, and fixes for printing font and paper selection.
Release Notes: IMAP message caching has been fixed. The use of images attached to HTML messages is allowed. Identity dialogs are non-modal. Charset conversion is done (if needed) on files included in compose windows. Sending messages with the wrong charset is not allowed. There are a number of other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The use of any deprecated GNOME APIs has been eliminated. It compiles against aspell 0.50 and higher and gnome-2.2. A crash on concurrent access to local mailboxes, the help system, and numerous other bugs have been fixed. Titles of compose windows have been updated. Linking against the OpenSSL library is explicitly allowed.
Release Notes: A rewrite to remove use of deprecated GNOME API calls and make the interface conform to Human Interface Guidelines.