Release Notes: This release fixes a scheduled paging bug and includes a port to OS X.
Release Notes: This release adds support for sending pages via a proxy server (WCTP only), the ability to nest groups, and enhancements to the message logging.
Release Notes: This version was ported to GTK 2.
Release Notes: Removal of a buffer overflow condition from message reply code.
Release Notes: There were several minor bugs in the network database code that are now fixed.
Release Notes: Several minor bugfixes regarding the code for reading data from a network database, along with several interface tweaks.
Release Notes: The ability to log parsing errors when running in autopage mode, and the ability to execute a user defined script to dial an Internet service when the server is unable to establish a connection have been added. Many minor bugs have been fixed, and some chunks of the autopage code have been rewritten.
Release Notes: The ability to run the client as a daemon for autopage mode, along wth the ability to store multiple automode profiles was added. The ability to rollover to a local snpp server if an Internet connection cannot be found was also added. The auto log delete function has been enhanced, and the paging server can now read a list of IP addresses to either allow or deny client connections. Also added minor bug fixes and interface tweaks.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to query a WCTP server for a response from a two way pager. You can also send a list of canned message responses to a two way pager for reply options. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes a new multi-threaded server design for asynchronous I/O, the ability to ban a client from sending a page, auditing functionality for the server, a database server allowing the g-page client to read a database from any client across your network, the ability to delete logs by date or name, the ability to insert a timestamp at the end of every page, AutoPage - a feature allowing you to define scripts to execute which pipe data into a file for g-page for dispatch to a pager, and the ability to backup and restore your database files.