Release Notes: Features that have been added since 3.1 include several workarounds for buggy browser behaviour when downloading attachments, warning popups in the compose window before a user session times out, support for folder names in other character sets than ISO-8859-1, virtual filesystem support for attachments that helps deploying IMP on server farms, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Features added since 3.0 include a new address book interface popup during compose, sorting by threads, improved/expanded preference options and config files, folder navigator support for other folder hierarchies, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: The second release candidate for 3.1, this version includes minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has a number of performance enhancements, bugfixes, user interface improvements, and additional features.
Release Notes: Now considered production level. IMP 3.0 is a significant rewrite of IMP 2.2.x and offers many new features: better MIME capabilities, expanded user preferences, message filtering, multiple identities, PHP 4 sessions, a greatly enhanced user interface, a hierachical folder view, message searching, and more.
Release Notes: This release is likely the last before 3.0 final, which is expected to be available just after the first of the year. Installation documentation is now included.
Release Notes: This is Release Candidate 1 for the new version of IMP (3.0). It features searching multiple mailboxes, identities, a hierarchical mailbox navigator, user-defined client-side filters, a dedicated contacts application (Turba), and much more. It is based on the new version of the Horde Framework (2.0) which offers improved modularity and performance, better preferences, MIME viewer support, and PHP4 native session support (PHPLIB is no longer required).
Release Notes: This is the first public release of the current development code, with changes including the use of PHP4 sessions, a hierarchical folder navigator, more flexible user preferences, user-defined filters, much cleaner and better organized code, and more.