Saké Mail is a very high performance Web-based email system, designed for scaling to large numbers of concurrent users. It takes advantage of the Java Servlet API's memory-resident architecture and multi-threading HTTP response model. It avoids file system accesses through memory caching at every possible point, and never needs to touch the file system at runtime at all if coupled with an IMAP server. It supports POP3, IMAP, and SMTP, including authenticated SMTP. It also provides an extremely sophisticated message rendering system that can easily handle even complex HTML encoded messages with attachments that have been forwarded multiple times.
|Tags||Internet Web Communications Email Email Clients (MUA)|
Release Notes: Options have been added to control the number of addresses and number of folders per display page independently of the number of messages per page, a setting to proxy IMAP or POP3 server authentication information to the SMTP server when sending mail has been added, and the message rendering mechanism has been tweaked slightly to handle nested multipart/related messages.
Release Notes: A content-disposition header has been added to attachment output to increase the chances of the correct file name showing up in "Save As..." dialog boxes in Web browsers.
Release Notes: The ability to report quota utilization when using IMAP servers has been added.
Release Notes: SMTP authentication options have been added. One option allows an entire installation to use a single SMTP username/password, and the other will proxy the user's POP3 or IMAP username and password to the SMTP server when sending messages.
Release Notes: Cleanup of some remnants of the old design that somehow remained in the message composition and message attachment templates, and a fix for a template URL rewriting problem that caused individual and group address save commands to fail.