Release Notes: Only a few minor bugs have been fixed, including some of the bugs causing old files to be left in the file system. A POP3 server is included, which allows users to access their local inbox folders via POP3.
Release Notes: This is basically a general overhaul of many core functions, while adding a few new functions such as the ability to point your system folders (Inbox, Sent, etc.) to any folder, and shortcuts to access many of the available operations via the keyboard. All known bugs from the betas have been fixed.
Release Notes: This build fixes issues that appeared in the previous beta versions, and should be faster at processing email.
Release Notes: This is basically a general overhaul of many core functions, while adding a few new functions such as the ability to point your system folders (Inbox, Sent, etc.) to any folder, or short cuts to access many of the available operations via keyboard.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with the file phlymail/handlers/email/mod.listmail.php which could lead to remote file execution if your server had the PHP ini option register_globals set to "On". Users should update their installations as soon as possible.
Release Notes: A few templates contained wrong markup, leading to display errors in the contacts manager. This was fixed.
Release Notes: There were a few issues with the AutoUpdate client, which did not work correctly under some circumstances. These should be fixed.
Release Notes: Bugs in the English translation, the AutoUpdate client, the contacts module and a few other minor glitches have been fixed.
Release Notes: Many feature improvements and code optimizations were made. New calendar views were added. Categorization and status were implemented for events. Contacts are grouped visually. The autoupdater was completely revamped. IMAP functionality was improved. Support for POP3 and SMTP via SSL and much more were added.
Release Notes: This build improves the general behaviour and handling of IMAP folders. A few minor bugs have been fixed. The calendar notification daemon can also be run from a cron job.