Release Notes: The installer of Lite was not up to date, thus failing to find the DB driver for setting up the database. A Slovak translation has been added. Editing global contacts now adds the birthday to the calendar again.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs in the calendar and some compatibility issues with MySQL < 4.1.1 have been fixed in this build.
Release Notes: A few more issues experienced by users have been fixed, including problems where birthday events were not displayed correctly, editing contacts did not add birthday entries to the calendar correctly, and the new mail sound did not play correctly.
Release Notes: Unfortunately, a few users encountered ugly bugs when upgrading from a previous version. This included some CSS issues, a few permission problems connected to the upcoming version 4.0, and some issues with the database upgrade. This build fixes most of these issues.
Release Notes: There have been many major fixes and enhancements since 3.6.0.
Release Notes: Some more minor issues have been found and fixed.
Release Notes: This build fixes a few minor issues (e.g. problems moving POP3 mail into IMAP folders on downloading them from the POP3 server). It is now ready for final testing.
Release Notes: The popup announcing a new event is no longer empty. The mailto: of a default reminder is now filled correctly when creating a new event. When setting up the calendar, the duration of a working day now gets selected via a slider widget. Sending an event from an email to the calendar now works. The skimming arrows in email and contact windows were not always correctly displayed. A few erroneous CSS settings were fixed. A check for the wrong key file in the AutoUpdate was fixed. MBOX files created when exporting an email folder are no longer obsolete after downloading them.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs have been fixed that appeared in the first beta build.
Release Notes: This is mostly a rewrite of the whole application with a redesigned interface, adding many new minor features like directly downloading a file from a URL into the file manager, favorite folders, multiple reminders and repetitions for events, a pure PHP IMAP handler instead of relying on the C backend, and many more.