Release Notes: Many outstanding bugs have been fixed, although this build still is not compatible with Internet Explorer. IMAP has been rewritten with its own code and the SASL methods CRAM-SHA256 and CRAM-SHA1 have been added.
Release Notes: This build fixes an issue in Firefox 3, where setting the colour mark of an email did not work anymore.
Release Notes: This build adds the ability to subscribe or unsubscribe the INBOX folder of any IMAP account. This is necessary, since some IMAP servers do not subscribe the INBOX by default.
Release Notes: This build fixes a typo in the English translation and does not try to unset the memory limit imposed by the php.ini anymore. The latter could cause PHP to bail out in certain situations.
Release Notes: This build fixes bugs in the SMS module and installer and improves the template handling.
Release Notes: There have been problems when the PHP extension mysqli is not available. Additionally, minor issues with file permissions and the installer have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is a round up release, fixing many issues found in the previous betas and adding many new things. Additionally, the code was cleaned up massively, many aspects of the platform in general were improved, and one of the old themes was transferred to the new platform.
Release Notes: This build just adds some cleaned up code and preparations for the former Personal Edition users.
Release Notes: This build adds options to the mail account editors of users and admins to disable the use of TLS for POP3 and SMTP. Mail parsing was improved, especially regarding inline or otherwise attached emails.
Release Notes: The faster folder index check for IMAP folders was backported from phlyMail 4. This increases the indexing speed by a factor 30 or more. If GZip is active in the front end, all AJAX calls now get compressed too. This should generally increase the front end's speed. A fix was made in the SMTP class, which is now much more compliant to standards. TLS is supported in the SMTP layer. There is experimental support for AUTH CRAM-SHA1 and AUTH CRAM-SHA256 in the POP3 and SMTP layers. Handling of inline emails was improved.