Release Notes: A brand new mailbox caching subsystem was added. New addresses and date decoder were added. The documentation and the examples were improved. Lots of other features, bugfixes, refactorings, and speed improvements were made.
Release Notes: Brand new, fully asynchronous networking code. SSL is now natively supported and DNS caching code has been added. Now compiles as a framework under GNUstep. Examples and documentation have been added.
Release Notes: LOGIN and CRAM-MD5 authentication support for IMAP was added. Many other IMAP and POP3 speed improvements were made. Other bugs were fixed. Refactorings and speed improvements were made.
Release Notes: Read-only support for IMAP mailboxes and base subject support were added. Some very minor fixes were made for IMAP, headers, message decoding, and other things.
Release Notes: The IMAP code has been rewritten, and is much faster and more stable. The format=flowed issues have been fixed. Solaris support and the SMTP code have been improved. There are bugfixes, refactorings, and speed improvements.
Release Notes: The POP3 and the IMAP code have been improved (faster and more stable). An issue with the SMTP AUTH code has been fixed. The mbox cache code has been rewritten to be much faster. Bugs have been fixed and performance improved.
Release Notes: This release features nearly entirely rewritten IMAP support (now faster, more stable, handles disconnection from the server, and more), adds SMTP over SSL support and Maildir support, fixes the CRAM-MD5 SMTP code, includes initial message threading support, and has many bugfixes and refactorings.
Release Notes: IMAP support was improved. The Message class was enhanced. Some bugs were fixed. The overall performance and stability of the framework was improved.
Release Notes: It is possible to specify a stop handler for network operations; all POP3 and SMTP operations can be safely interrupted. Support was added for the SMTP SIZE extension. A -expunge option was implemented for POP3Folder, some bugs were fixed, and the overall performance was improved.