Release Notes: Recent bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: It is now possible to open an attachment in an arbitrary program. This release is less conservative about the format of the message.
Release Notes: The networking code was rewritten. The program now checks your POP3 accounts and plays a sound when it finds new mail.
Release Notes: Properties and macro mechanisms have been implemented in order to make Elmo more flexible. The search mechanism has been extended to also work in the email reader, address book, and the window with the list of boxes. The documentation has been extended, and covers almost all aspects of configuration.
Release Notes: GnuPG support for decrypting messages and verifying digital signatures has been implemented. OpenSSL support has been added. Interactive approximate search has been implemented. A tutorial has been added.
Release Notes: The addressbook implementation has been changed to use the new interface. Killing and moving across words in the commandline window has been implemented. It is now possible to map a meta key with an action.
Release Notes: SMTP authorization has been added. Attachments may be now sent, and opened in mail reader window. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Networking support has been made asynchronous. The interface has been changed. UTF-8 support has been added. Unfortunately, some features known from previous releases are still missing.
Release Notes: In this version, the string reader has been fixed to handle arbitrary long lines. It is now easier to affect CC and BCC headers. Support for new SMTP authentication methods (plain and login) has been added. Many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The address book has been fixed and improved. A reply-all function has been added. Error reporting has been changed to enhance responsiveness. Help windows have been added. SMTP authentication is now supported.