Hastymail is a full featured IMAP/SMTP client written in PHP. The goal is a full featured yet lightweight Web mail client. After a complete review and rewrite, it provides many improvements over the original code including optional AJAX functionality, improved code organization, a plugin API, CSS and PHP template themes, and much more.
|Tags||Communications Email Post-Office IMAP Webmail AJAX PHP Plugins|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Bulgarian Catalan Chinese (Simplified) Dutch English Finnish French German Polish Spanish Turkish Ukrainian Japanese Italian Romanian|
Release Notes: This release adds a handful of changes since RC1, including two important security updates. Users are recommended to upgrade to mitigate any threats.
Release Notes: This release includes many fixes and improvements since the last stable version. Two recently discovered XSS issues were fixed. HTML filtering was upgraded by switching to HTMLPurifier 4.3.0. Two new themes were added, including a significant redesign with the "clean" theme. Four new plugins were added, including a message_tags plugin that lets you organize your messages using tags.
Release Notes: A lot of testing and feedback has resulted in many bugfixes and improvements in all areas of the core code. Several plugins have been updated with new features and fixes, and 5 new ones have been added: username, saved_search, custom_reply_to, login_alias, and pop_fetch. Supporting software like tinyMCE and Soundmanager2 have been updated to newer versions, and the HTML content filter has been deprecated in favor of htmLawed. The interface has been optimized to have fewer HTTP requests, better caching, improved theme CSS, and W3C-valid XHTML.
Release Notes: The Finnish, Polish, and Dutch translations were updated, and a Russian translation was added. Two new plugins were added: a message digest plugin and the "move sent" plugin. The filters, js_help, and HTML mail plugins were updated. Contact group support and several new features and UI improvements were added. Many bugs were fixed.