Release Notes: This build fixes various minor bugs and allows the administrator to temporarily bypass SSL in the configuration interface.
Release Notes: This build fixes many issues with the cron job handling, some syntactic errors in the French translation, and a few more minor issues.
Release Notes: This build fixes the update process by moving a lengthy task into crontab, fixes creating IMAP folders, and improves keyboard navigation in mail folders. Having incorrect credentials (e.g. changed password) for IMAP accounts no longer drops all their associated messages from the index.
Release Notes: This build fixes some of the obvious problems of 4.3.50.
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.
Release Notes: This build fixes some issues with MySQL field definitions that could prevent an installation of phlyMail at all.
Release Notes: This build can switch between behaviors when deleting messages by moving them to the wastebin. One can choose to either mark the messages as read or just move them to the trash.
Release Notes: This is the final release of phlyMail 4.3. It just fixes one minor issue with "Reply All", where the original recipients are now correctly differentiated between To: and CC:. It is recommended that all users update.
Release Notes: Besides a few minor bugfixes, this build adds code to filter out BCC addresses from outgoing mail. Some mail servers don't do so despite being required by the RFCs. This lead to BCC addresses leaking to recipients.