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Version 4.03.50 (4.4 Early Preview) of phlyMail

Release Notes: This release introduces a mobile interface, which is tailored for smart phones. This early preview demonstrates, how the interface will look and feel in the end. Some features are still missing. It adds a cron job manager, allowing it to scan IMAP subfolders in the background, and improves the handling of email/SMS alerts for appointments. The class structure has been completely overhauled, now being much more modern and flexible, and improving code quality and development speed. One can now force SSL for the frontend, backend, API etc., thus improving overall security. Some bugs were fixed.

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    •  16 Mar 2014 20:56

    Release Notes: This releases improves the self-healing of the CronJobs, which should recognize dead processes more reliably. Users shouldn't need to manually intervene anymore. "Reply All" now removes one's own address from CC fields.

    Release Notes: This build fixes a nasty error in the installer, which "forgot" to create some system folders for the user. Code has also been added which tries to recreate the missing folders on login, if necessary.

    Release Notes: The installer has been fully revamped, giving it a more modern, slim appeal and making it easier to understand. A few minor issues with the configuration interface, the mail list, and fetching external calendars have been fixed. Cronjob scheduling has been improved, with the process limit raised. Both steps should improve Cronjob handling.

    Release Notes: Unfortunately, there were still some minor bugs in the previous build; they have been fixed in this one.

    Release Notes: This build fixes various issues with typos and the autoload mechanism, and massively improves the behavior when adding a new IMAP account.

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