Release Notes: This version fixes a few annoying bugs, adds many new features that just make things more usable, adds many interface improvements, finishes up attachment management, and offline archiving of attachments is now possible for admin.
Release Notes: The fonts were cleaned up. The double-space coding was changed. root can now see all folders, including a user's private folders which revoke read permissions for groups or other. The groundwork was laid for the implementation of attachment management.
Release Notes: Domain name usage in email notifications was fixed. Many bugs that caused warnings in the error log were eliminated. The way passwords are updated when a new password is requested was changed. Stylesheets are now applied much more consistently.
Release Notes: The "disapear message" proceedure was fixed to dump back to the original folder. "Dura-links" and the "green bar" on user and attachment admin dialogs were added. Aging on the "Reply" screen was cleaned up. Names were added to unnamed messages. HTML filtering was added to message titles.
Release Notes: A bug in sending notification messages was fixed. Work on attachment management was started. A complete revision of the user management tools was done. HTML tag filtering was added.
Release Notes: A bug with editing and replying to messages in "private" folders was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds sort options for attachments and users, and a complete rewrite of the user admin interface.
Release Notes: This version adds an attachment administration functionality, the timestamp is now recorded whenever a file is downloaded, "Back to your RealizationEngine" was replaced with "Back to $title_tag" in all instances to show the name of the RE rather than something that might not make sense to the user, and downloads now allow non-logged in users to download attachments that are in world-readable folders.
Release Notes: A link in account creation now goes to the correct page instead of the domain root directory. "page shifting" allows for more than 20 pages of threads. Search results are now ordered by "score" instead of age, and sort order options were added (relevance, date, user, folder). Users are now redirected to the correct folder instead of the root one after logging in. Windows is supported, and Blat can be used as an MTA.
Release Notes: Changing the session timeout to 2 minutes from 1 minute (it was originally 5 minutes, which was too long), new "page shifting" for folders and search results that result in more than 20 pages of threads, a fix for search results to be ordered by "score" rather than by age, and new sort order options for search results (relivence, date, user, folder).