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  •  19 Dec 2008 09:10
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    Release Notes: The POP3 remote mailbox feature was added, which enables the direct viewing, downloading, and deletion of messages on POP3 server. The backups of configuration files are kept for four generations now. Some other feature improvements and bugfixes were made.

    •  18 Jun 2008 10:52
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      Release Notes: The vertical 3-paned view mode was added. The feature to save SSL peer certificate was added. The features to confirm recipients and missing attachments were added. Improvements of the user-interface and bugfixes were also made.

      •  06 Jun 2008 10:32
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        Release Notes: A crash bug was fixed. The Content-Transfer-Encoding header with comments is now supported. UTF-8 locale strings with a suffix of ".utf8" are now supported. The 8KB restriction of template body size was removed.

        •  25 Apr 2008 14:45
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          Release Notes: Quoted lines are now excluded when notifying of missing attachments. An option to exclude addresses/domains for recipient confirmation has been added.

          •  14 Apr 2008 07:39
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            Release Notes: The feature to confirm missing attachments was added. The feature to confirm recipients before sending was added. The "To:" header is also searched by quick search in Sent/Draft/Queue folders. The "Edit/Quick search" menu was added. Other bugfixes were made.

            •  04 Oct 2007 09:23
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              Release Notes: A bug where the 'Set display item of summary...' button in the common preferences dialog always showed the send folder setting was fixed. The previous focus is kept when separation of view is changed. The status label is now automatically resized when there is not enough width. A bug where virtual folders were not sorted properly was fixed. A crash when trying to use ASCII-armored PGP encryption was fixed. Most of the compiler warnings were removed.

              •  19 Sep 2007 10:33
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                Release Notes: The "To" column was added to the summary view. In Sent, Draft, and Queue folders, the "To" column is displayed by default. The display column setting of send folders became independent from normal folders. The ASCII-armored PGP encryption was fixed. The combined method is used now when both PGP encryption and PGP signing are specified. Several IMAP4 fixes were made.

                •  31 Aug 2007 09:17
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                  Release Notes: The vulnerability that may be exploited by a malicious POP3 server was fixed. The potential crash bug in address completion was fixed. The signature separator "--" is not joined on line wrapping now. In Win32, GLib and GTK+ were updated to the latest versions, and the focus problem when closing dialogs was fixed.

                  •  20 Jul 2007 11:47
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                    Release Notes: Reply and forward marks are appended after messages are actually sent. The feature to reply to attached message/rfc822 messages was added. When a folder is renamed, the path of junk folder is also updated. A workaround for the error which occurs with Gmail SMTP server was made. Several other bugfixes were made.

                    •  29 Jun 2007 09:29
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                      Release Notes: In Win32, Sylpheed now can be specified as a default mail program in Windows Vista. In Win32, the stalling of the SMTP session when sending messages via a dial-up connection was fixed. In Win32, GLib and GTK+ were updated to the latest version. Drop shadow was added to menus and tooltips in Windows XP. Other bugfixes were also made.

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