Release Notes: This update fixes a security bug in the SMTP handling code and adds some indexes to the PostgreSQL table layout for speed improvements.
Release Notes: A lot of small bugfixes were made. A big speed improvement and an important security fix were made for the pop3d. This release is very stable, and is running on sites with over 80,000 mail users. A 2.0 branch was started, which includes a lot of speed improvements for the imapd and many extra features.
Release Notes: Miscellaneous bugfixes were made to the POP3 and IMAP daemons, and some feature enhancements were included.
Release Notes: There are bugfixes and improved server code. This release handles over 250 messages per second. It is the first fully stable release. Exchange compatibility code will be incorporated soon.
Release Notes: A lot of speed enhancements and bugfixes were made. pop-before-smtp and imap-before-smtp implementations were added. DBmail now works with virtually all SMTP daemons (postfix, qmail, exim, sendmail, etc). Work is being done on the PostgreSQL driver and the Microsoft Exchange schedule compatibility driver.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and speed improvements were made. All components are now very stable. Users of older versions are urged to upgrade.
Release Notes: RFC compliant IMAP and POP3 servers, maintenance tools, speed improvements, and bugfixes added.
Release Notes: This is a total rewrite, with good POP3 support and the ability to be easily attached to an SMTP daemon.