NeoMail is a web-based email client written in Perl. It provides access to a machine's local mail spools without requiring a POP3 server to be running, and without giving users shell access. It supports sending and receiving attachments, multiple folders, user themes and preferences, templates for interface generation, quotas, language translations, etc.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA)|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux Other Solaris|
Release Notes: This release has a fix to check the session before a folder add/delete in case of a maliciously constructed request. This upgrade is highly recommended for all users.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: This release has the ability to lock in user domains, instead of allowing users to choose from all domains on the server. The tell() file corruption problem that occurred on some buggy Perl installations has been fixed.
Release Notes: The code was updated to use Digest::MD5. A few problems with Perl 5.8.0's taint checking were fixed. This release just brings the code up to date to allow it to run without being patched.
Release Notes: This release fixes charset problems in error messages and the address book, attachment name detection issues, and handling of messages containing the .db file delimiter in their headers. Dependence on CGI::escape has been removed to improve compatability with CGI.pm 3.x.