Release Notes: The search engine now uses the EUtilities API (a PubMed Web service) instead of Web parsing. Database locking was fixed, and database dump and restore functionality was implemented. The ability to send email to all registered users was added, and all users and their emails can be dumped to a text file. New French, Italian, Spanish, and Turkish translations were added along with the ability to link searches with the PubMed site.8
Release Notes: Multilanguage support has been added. Searches with MeSH terms are now possible. A new HTML format in attachments allows full functionality of BioMail with text-based mail clients. Users can receive all their searches in one letter. A Russian translation is now included.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes, an expanded online FAQ, and a new suspend account feature.
Release Notes: Compatibility with MS Windows NT/2000, removal of duplicate references from searches, stability increases, moving all databases to dbm format, dependency changes from Mail::Mailer to Net::SMTP, and a fix for a bug which allowed username accounts like 'joe '.
Release Notes: A fix for compatibility problems with Solaris, an ability to see abstracts of selected articles, and new run-time options.
Release Notes: References can now be stored in the user's account. Many enhancements to the GUI. Warning messages were weeded out, and a minor security problem was fixed.
Release Notes: An installation script, bugfixes, urls for each reference for the text-formatted e-mails, and an option to stop getting empty e-mails.
Release Notes: Fixed some problems which made all previous versions of BioMail nonfunctional due to changes at PubMed site. Added HTML 'skins', csv file format.
Release Notes: This release includes a new class for interactions with PubMed, POD documentation for the BioMail::Mails module, and a range of bug fixes and cosmetic changes.
Release Notes: Some bugs were fixed, minor GUI changes, documentation was added to dbflat.pm class