Release Notes: Almost all the functions are available again after the protocol changes made by Caramail. Only minor things such as friends handling or ip filtering are missing.
Release Notes: This version complies with the changes made by caramail since June 20th 2003. It also solves the high processor use issue, thanks to the Net::Server Perl module. Any previous version is completely out of order.
Release Notes: This version complies with the new protocol adopted with Caramail.
Release Notes: This release offers the ability to read, list, and delete mail, handle a friends list, and handle aliases. There have also been some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features, such as a mail checker (/mail [check]). The many-times-requested protection has been added too, so that you can protect it both with password, and with host access authorizations. Some commands (/who) have been completed or added (/caraxy admin|die). Last but not least, the software now works on Windows 95/98/ME thanks to a little workaround about logs.
Release Notes: This release has some bugfixes regarding /list and /join channels starting with _, but it mainly aims at testing the new code structure before adding last features requested in beta4, which will be the last beta before 1.0.
Release Notes: The bug which made the software consume 100% of the CPU time in the case of a bad login or password was corrected.
Release Notes: A big workaround for utf8/latin1 conversion, /join, and other commands, a more useful doc and also a new way to manage friends, and /away has been implemented.