Release Notes: Documentation updates and minor improvements to attachment and multipart detection.
Release Notes: Support for S/MIME sending and receiving was substantially improved. Topal can now act as a "sendmail-path" filter for Alpine (this is required for some new S/MIME features). Documentation was rewritten into a PDF using LaTeX. Multiple bugs were fixed, and better exception handling and checking of external commands and GnuPG's status-fd output was added.
Release Notes: Topal can now use GPG's use-agent options. More MICALGs from RFC4880 were added. It is more robust for inbound messages (e.g., missing Content-Type headers are handled). More checks were added (e.g., adding attachments in non-MIME mode, encrypting without any recipient keys). Menus were reorganized with some coloring. Pipe-display mode (-pd) was added. Minor bugfixes and Makefile changes were made. Some presentation and document changes were made.
Release Notes: This release no longer uses an external utility for line-end conversions, which should solve some bad signature problems. A note has been added regarding Alpine's S/MIME message about certificates. The list of recipients is shown just before sending; the idea is to allow the user to spot the "Oh no, I didn't intend to email that person." problem before the email is sent.
Release Notes: Changes were made to the email sending interface because of the addition of "sending defaults" to the configuration file. The MIME viewer configuration has been split (for decryption and verification). Other minor feature changes and some internal reorganization were done.
Release Notes: Some spurious spaces that were messing up format=flowed text were removed. The default sending and receiving GPG options were changed. A new configuration option "omit-inline-disposition-name" was added. Apparently some mail services mistreat inline MIME parts if they have a filename. If this option is set, then no filename parameter is added to inline content-disposition headers.
Release Notes: This release attempts to use a more appropriate character set for MIME sending and verification. It uses GPG text mode more often. The remote server handles multiple remote recipients properly. A new patch to Alpine makes it easier to view multi-part/signed or encrypted messages (good for IMAP users). There are better MIME headers and assorted minor changes.
Release Notes: A Topal patch for Alpine 2.00 was added. (Alpine's S/MIME needs to be turned off for Topal's S/MIME verification to work.) Temporary files are now properly deleted. A bug when guessing the type of an attachment was fixed. A patch was added to Topal sources for Cygwin (the recent interrupt code doesn't build).
Release Notes: Warning messages about missing secret keys were improved. Initial support for remote decryption of messages was added. Signal handling for the remote server was improved.
Release Notes: This release adds basic support for S/MIME verification of (multipart/signed) messages. It improves the quoted-printable encoder (in MIME-tool). It fixes decoding of messages for run-mailcap. Some internal changes have been made to configuration handling.