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TUCAN is an API for abstract messaging that is written in C++ and built on top of CORBA. Due to the use of CORBA it can be extended with various languages. TUCAN represents messages like emails, voice mails, calendar entries, etc. in an abstract way so they can be passed around the system and viewed in various formats.


Recent releases

  •  20 Jun 2001 05:04

    Release Notes: Lots of bug fixes and segfault repairs were made.

    •  05 Jun 2001 22:03

      Release Notes: Lots of memory leak fixes, an MBOX parser, ability to delete POPed messages, improved parsing and utilities, and much more.

      •  01 May 2001 08:46

        Release Notes: Fixes for getNewMessageCount(), problems with empty usernames, TucanBBS Subjects, and voice calendar entries, and new isAdmin() to determine if a user is administrator or not.

        •  23 Apr 2001 21:24

          Release Notes: Fixes for various segfaults, a race condition with TucanDB, a memory leak with TucanDB, and various other bugs, new base64 and uue support, and a Flags system.

          •  14 Apr 2001 03:14

            Release Notes: A fix for Tucanmessage::addRecipients, completed implementations of TucanEmail, Voice, and Fax, more scalable recipients functionality, fixes for various segfaults with the Config and Database systems, fax transport support over Hylafax, and more.


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