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 some issues with MySQL field definitions that could prevent an installation of phlyMail at all.
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: This build fixes some minor issues with logging in as admin / user and the handling of lost passwords. A few typos and unnecessary PHP warnings have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release candidate adds quota support to the WebDAV server and allows you to change the upper limits for thumbnail generation through the configuration file. The "please enable cookies" warning is now only displayed when a session cookie is enabled and the browser does not allow cookies.
Release Notes: This build adds a WebDAV server for the file manager. The storage method of user and admin passwords was changed, so it now uses salted digests instead of plain MD5. Opt-in is used for recovering a user's password. Global boilerplates were added. A contacts sidebar was added. The preview and print view for contacts were improved. A few minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This build just fixes a few CSS oddities and adds the ability to use the new theme "Carbo".
Release Notes: This build improves many small things. Handling of Google Mail IMAP accounts was improved in terms of system folders. The display of folder statistics for email, contacts, and bookmarks folders was improved. Mail accounts can now be converted from POP3 to IMAP and vice versa. User permissions can be set to "inherit", which indeed inherits the value from the group's setting. Handling of the HTML editor's toolbar in the mail composition window was improved. Many more things were done.
Release Notes: This build fixes a few minor bugs and adds the ability to share the calendars with external applications that do not support HTTP AUTH (like Google Calendar).
Release Notes: Very minor bugs were fixed.