Release Notes: This release eliminates a potential flock() deadlock in the Professional Edition.
Release Notes: Recent changes to MailMan Professional Edition's message store system created a problem forwarding attachments for some systems. That problem has been fixed.
Release Notes: A manual option to control MailMan's APOP connectivity has been added, as APOP attempts cause some POP3 servers that do not support APOP to immediately disconnect because they are still in the non-authenticated mode. The efficicency of MailMan's support for Windows servers that require the use of alternate file names for message storage has been improved.
Release Notes: A special option was added to allow MailMan to use MD5 hashes as simplified file names for some European versions of Windows that disallow apparently valid file names.
Release Notes: A recently introduced problem that prevented attachments from always forwarding properly was fixed. Extra functionality was added to the automatic message index repair mechanism to allow MailMan to automatically handle the case where message files are deleted by an external purging mechanism.
Release Notes: A message fetching problem that affected the Standard Edition's 'reply', 'reply all', and 'forward' operations has been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for a minor problem with message identification mechanism that could result in the deletion of extra messages if the user presses the browser's reload button immediately after a delete on some POP3 servers.
Release Notes: A minor parsing problem with multipart/alternative messages has been fixed. This problem affects very few people.
Release Notes: Automatic support for APOP logins to POP3 servers that support APOP was added. The interface templates were tweaked slightly to eliminate a slight purple tint to the background of the default blue-and-ripply background.
Release Notes: A problem that prevented some attachments from being relayed in forwarded messages was discovered and eliminated.