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Katrina

Katrina (previously known as Instant Web Mail) is a Web-based POP email client. It is easy to install, but there are no Sent mail or Trash folders and no address book. It runs completely out of the box with full functionality and can easily be customized.

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  •  08 Apr 2002 22:24

    Release Notes: A minor security bug was fixed, and the documentation was improved.

    •  17 Mar 2002 20:06

      Release Notes: This release adds the ability for users to choose their language when logging in. A new theme was added, two minor security flaws were fixed, and the program now recognizes capitalized headers (such as "SUBJECT").

      •  10 Mar 2002 12:51

        Release Notes: The Italian and German language files were updated.

        •  03 Feb 2002 01:32

          Release Notes: The settings file was fixed, and the appearance was improved.

          •  27 Jan 2002 23:40

            Release Notes: The bug that caused server names, usernames, etc. to be displayed as just "A" was fixed. A Croatian language file was added, and the German language file was updated.

            Recent comments

            09 Sep 2005 16:32 ammiel

            Working on new version
            I'm going to be checking over the code and making everything work again as some of you have complained, PHP has proved IWM not to work anymore...

            I will be working on this as fast as possible, and giving it a new default look for the first time in years.

            22 Jun 2003 07:49 oostindie

            Error sending to QMAIL servers
            Hi,

            I've found this program it it works fine for me, it even works on my NetWare box connecting to a GroupWise server.

            However, when I send a email to some specific recepients I get an error on my mail server :

            " Repsonse : 451 - See http://pobox.com/~djb/docs/smtplf.html "

            When i goto the URL , I see the recieving server is blocking the mail due to no proper building the message.

            Since I'me able to send to these servers with the client of my Server, it must be gone wrong in the Instant Wembail program.

            Anyone familliar with theses errors, and know how the fix it ?

            Thanx

            02 Feb 2003 12:39 sliqua

            Re: What happed to project and it's maintainer?
            Just so everyone knows, Jonas has given the Sliqua Design Group the moderationship for Instant Web Mail, so you can find the new project webpage, along with a demo, and some other cool things at http://www.sliqua.com/projects/instantwebmail (http://www.sliqua.com/projects/instantwebmail)

            02 Feb 2003 12:38 sliqua

            Re: can't login
            Just so everyone knows, Jonas has given the Sliqua Design Group the moderationship for Instant Web Mail, so you can find the new project webpage, along with a demo, and some other cool things at http://www.sliqua.com/projects/instantwebmail (http://www.sliqua.com/projects/instantwebmail)

            26 Oct 2002 18:52 understroem

            Re: What happed to project and it's maintainer?

            > Where did the new maintainer of the
            > Instant Web Mail project go..? The
            > project looked promising at first, but
            > since being handed off to the new
            > maintainer, contributions/assistance on
            > several small bugs and the project in
            > general, have stopped all-together.. Oh
            > well...


            I'm the old maintainer who made Instant Web Mail. The guy to whom I handed over the project seemed eager at first to work on the project - and now, a few months later, he seems to have stopped all work on the project, and he can't be reached via his two email addresses.

            I can't do anything about the Instant Web Mail site or code since I can't get in touch with the new maintainer. However, if someone is interested in working on the code, he/she could certainly download the code, improve it, and then release it under a different name (while still keeping the original copyright notices intact).

            - Jonas Koch Bentzen

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