Release Notes: Support for fexmail has been added. This postfix filter allows sending email messages with attachments of any size from any email client without using the Web interface. Clients for anonymous usage have been added. Most importantly, many small bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A user can now forward a file directly from incoming spool to other recipients. A new CAPTIVE mode has been added: if set, a user must not change his settings anymore. Name based virtual hosts are now possible: you can run several servers on the same IP and port, but with different hostnames. Several small bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The licence has changed from the AGPL to Perl Artistic. When no SMTP is available, the server can be configured to "no mails at all" mode. A VirtualBox VM is available to run the server on Windows. An optional "anonymous upload" has been added for local users who are identified by their IP addresses. Anonymous usage is available via the Web interface and the new afex script, which offers very easy file transfer, especially for administrative accounts. Some minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for Firefox 7 (and later) has been added to upload files greater than 4 GB. A registered user can create a one time upload key (URL), which he can give unregistered users. The admin can forbid certain recipient addresses and restrict uploading or downloading to certain hosts. The user or admin can limit bandwidth usage. The GUI client schwuppdiwupp comes with integrated tar, zip, and 7zip support. Italian and Czech localizations have been added. Once again, several small bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Subusers and groupusers no longer need an auth-ID, but can use personalized URLs. The adminstrator can allow self-registration of external users who can send only to internal users (like email), and he can define "public recipients" to which everyone can send files without registration or authentification (like anonymous FTP). Several bugs has been fixed.
Release Notes: Sender and recipient quotas have been added. A new admin CGI has been added so one can operate F*EX completly by Web browser. Localizations for German and Spanish have been added. The admin can add a customized HTML header (with the organization's logo, etc). The sender can copy-forward an already uploaded file to another recipient. The clients fexsend and schwuppdiwupp now have HTTP proxy support and can use and manage the address book. fexsend and fexget can handle multiple accounts. A new client sexxx for synchronous file transfer via stream has been added. Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: F*EX "groups" has been added: a group is similar to a mailing list, but for sending files. Several small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: New features include support for multiple aliases (addresses from an address book), the ability to store the KEEP and AUTODELETE options in the address book, and a Java client that can send several files or directories within one upload (using a ZIP archive). Several small bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: fexsend has auto-reconnect after link failure. There is a new CGI for authorization by mailman user/password (linking mailman mailing lists with file exchange). UTF-8 and Windows Vista support have been improved, there are many bugfixes.