Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed since the last feature release.
Release Notes: Support for emoticons/smilies, X-Faces, KWallet, IMAP namespaces, and quick insertion of common phrases was implemented. Recipient display and selection was improved in the message composer. Home directory cluttering was reduced, as ~/dead.letter is no longer used. Numerous bugfixes were made, especially in the IMAP and message threading code. The program is now included in the KDEPIM package, and this release is part of the KDE 3.4 release.
Release Notes: This release is part of KDE 3.3, but can be also installed on KDE 3.2. New features include an antispam wizard, a filter log, quick search, automatic mailing-list detection, view/open of message files, HTML message composing, new filter criteria (in address book, in category, has attachment), cryptographic backend auto-configuration, sign/encrypt keys separation, per-identity s/mime key preselection, per-identity cryptographic message format selection, per-contact crypto preferences, listing of only opened IMAP folders, and more.
Release Notes: Search folders (aka Virtual Folders) were added. As-you-type spell checking is supported. There is a panel applet showing unread message totals, per-folder duplicate email removal, drag and drop support of messages onto the composer, improved threading; threading by subject, sort stable deletion, numerous search dialog improvements, SMTP pipelining (faster email submission), and disconnected IMAP. IMAP messages are loaded progressively. IMAP attachments are loaded on demand. Individual IMAP folders can be checked for new mail. Ignore Thread and Watch Thread have been added. Messages can have more than one status.
Release Notes: PGP/MIME support has been added (S/MIME is also available via plugins), there's now an optional MIME tree viewer, custom folder icons can be configured, and OpenPGP support has been improved.
Release Notes: Maildir support, SMTP authentication, various improvements for IMAP, expiry of old messages, and much more.
Release Notes: This release adds IMAP support, non-blocking sending, performance improvements for huge folders, automatic filter creation, and more.
Release Notes: KMail now has a Drafts folder, Mailinglist-aware folders and more powerful filter actions. Lots of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, support for nested mail folders, search dialog, threaded messages view, multiple identities, colorfied indenting (i.e., text that's quoted has a different color), background downloading of mail, KDE 2.0 integration, and more. This is the version that's part of KDE 2.0's kdenetwork package.