Perl Webmail is a CGI/mod_perl application that interfaces with external POP3 and SMTP services. It provides all the expected functionality of a mail client, such as read, reply, forward, delete, as well as sending and receiving attachments, storage for mail folders, contacts, and calendar notes.
|Tags||Communications Email Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release features a rewrite for Template Toolkit support, various code level improvements, and a build script to generate a Slackware package.
Release Notes: This release included Mail::Box compatibility updates (it should work with version 2.058) and fixes for an empty recipient bug and pop locking issues. The layout and CSS were updated, a new empty folder option was included, translation updates were made, and error handling for messages with duplicate message IDs was improved. The parsing of PGP signed messages was improved and a forwarding attachment fix was made.
Release Notes: The preferences, message building, and messages sending have been updated. Long subject lines can now be truncated to a configurable size. A bug when 'copy on send' folder is the same as the current folder has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release contains updates and bugfixes such as improved plain text attachment support, full time password encryption (to escape CGI-sensitive characters), improved debugging and error reporting, mod_perl fixes for folder locking and namespace pollution, and language updates. New features include a new 'mark as read' action and new message count notification.
Release Notes: Hardcoded charsets were removed. The seen label for all viewed messages is now set. Deleting/moving/copying multiple messages breakage was fixed. References and in-reply-to header breakage was fixed. Updates were made to CSS, HTML handling, debugging and error handling, and various other cleanups. New features include an initial Curses::UI admin interface, initial Makefile.PL install, an enable/disable HTML option, and new message bolding in list view.