Release Notes: New features include re-scanning remote folder names at every sync run, a new machine-parseable user interface, PID file generation, a -q (quick) option, Maildir performance increases, support for username/password in netrc file, an -f option for syncing only selected folders, a -k option to override config options, special support for GMail, and Kerberos support.
Release Notes: Preparations were made for the next major release. The custom imaplib.py was removed. MachineUI was added. Socket timeouts are supported. Preauthtunnel zombies are killed. Multiple bugfixes and other enhancements were made.
Release Notes: New features include the ability to sync two IMAP servers to each other with no local repository in between, support for KMail using a local IMAP server, a new configuration file format allowing reuse of repository information, numerous bugfixes including new support for Domino servers, and an assortment of other features.
Release Notes: Lots of new features since the last Freshmeat announcement; among them are support for CRAM-MD5 authentication, easier single-user installation, automatic dumping of debug log on exception, and better password prompting. The major new features include a new Curses.Blinkenlights interface so the text-bound can be mesmerised as well, and a new account-centric synchronization algorithm to provide better configurability and a nicer platform for future expansion. There are also a plethora of bug and portability fixes.
Release Notes: Lots of changes were made in this release. The new Blinkenlights GUI was added. Blinkenlights is an interface designed to be sleek, fun to watch, and informative. It contains a small window with a row of LEDs and a row of command buttons, along with an optional log widget with scrollback. It is configurable via the OfflineIMAP configuration interface. The manual has an all-new User Interfaces section, describing each of OfflineIMAP's five interfaces.
Release Notes: This release adds a new GUI, an automatic interface selector, and more useful thread status displays. The new interface is written in Tkinter and shows the progress of each thread in real time. The documentation has been greatly expanded and a man page is now supplied. OfflineIMAP can now take command-line options to select specific accounts to sync, specify alternate configuration files, force debug mode, or force single-threaded operation. Workarounds were added for bugs in three different IMAP servers, as well as bugfixes for OfflineIMAP itself.
Release Notes: OfflineIMAP now uses a new, fast, multithreaded synchronization algorithm. This can make the program run over two times faster than previous versions. When combined with the improved deletion algorithm, OfflineIMAP runs approximately 5 times faster than version 1.0.0 and between 10 and 60 times faster than typical mail readers. Several bugs have been fixed. Compatibility with Microsoft Exchange servers is now provided. A new OfflineIMAP mailing list has also been created.