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Infotrope Polymer

Infotrope Polymer is a fully roaming online IMAP client. You can roam with your full configuration, your addressbooks, and even your bookmarks. It's fully ACAP enabled, and will operate with or without a local disk cache, and over very narrow connectivity (like GPRS), using minimal bandwidth. It supports the majority of extensions to ESMTP, IMAP, and ACAP, whether in RFC or I-D.

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  •  17 Oct 2005 17:58

    Release Notes: This release added a multithreaded socket handling layer, and asynchronous fetching of body parts from messages, as well as fixing various user interface bugs. This should increase interactivity over very slow links.

    •  04 Oct 2005 19:40

      Release Notes: This release reinstates the address book editor. It fixes various relatively minor UI bugs relating to refreshing the summary display to account for changes in tagging colours. A major bug related to message assembly when using the CHUNKING submission extension was fixed. However, this is a rare extension on servers.

      •  25 Sep 2005 07:51

        Release Notes: This release added more filters and the capability to use PyOpenSSL to provide TLS and SSL security where required. (Python 2.4.1 does not need this.) Various bugfixes relating to filters, searching, and "imaps" were made. In particular, several speed improvements were made.

        •  17 Sep 2005 10:34

          Release Notes: This release featured much faster prefetching, especially with filtered views. Some basic Draft support was included and user defined filters and colouring and styling of the summary view were added. Arbitrary keywording (tagging) was implemented. Several bugs related to synchronization, initial configuration, and message transmission were fixed. Various user interface improvements were made.

          •  01 Sep 2005 21:36

            Release Notes: A resynchronization bug has been fixed, as well as several minor bugs. ACAP resynchronization is much improved, and Polymer is capable of running with cached configuration when the ACAP server is unavailable. Most SEARCH IMAP URLs are supported, and BODY searching is now included in the UI. Search display is markedly more efficient. URLs are highlighted in text/plain messages. Bookmarks are better supported.

            Recent comments

            01 Sep 2005 14:17 dwdbah

            Re: Notes


            > 1) You'll need an ACAP account to use

            > this. As the minimalist homepage says,

            > if you enter as ACAP server the IP

            > address 217.155.137.61, and pick a

            > username and password, it'll create it

            > for you if it doesn't exist.

            Now also available as public-acap.dave.cridland.net, which resolves in both IPv6 and IPv4.

            22 Jul 2005 05:02 dwdbah

            Notes
            1) You'll need an ACAP account to use this. As the minimalist homepage says, if you enter as ACAP server the IP address 217.155.137.61, and pick a username and password, it'll create it for you if it doesn't exist.

            2) Or you can install your own ACAP server, of course. Note that Polymer needs a full ACAP implementation, and has only been tested against my own server (Freshmeat project "acapd"). I believe it may crash Cyrus SMLacapd, and will note work at all on any others.

            3) You are highly recommended to obtain Polymer by Subversion, not through the snapshot tarballs. I commit this code very frequently, sometimes several times a day.

            4) Bug reports, patches, etc are all welcome.

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