VAMP (Very Attractive Mail Program) is an extremely easy-to-configure, usable, Web-based email client written in PHP3 (and compatible with PHP4). It is for use with POP3 servers, and it also supports "Virtual Domains", encryption (under Linux/PHP3), attachments, contact list, a signature database, an easy-to-use setup tool, and more.
|Tags||Communications Email Email Clients (MUA) Internet Web|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: This release will work with (almost) all major SMTP servers (now it also supports Postfix and other strict RFC SMTP daemons). There are some other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Internationalization support was added, some small bugs were fixed, and messages with multiple recipients are now handled in a better way.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs have been fixed, and some MySQL-related code has been added.
Release Notes: Readdition of the db_test_auth function to the MySQL bindings, deleting of all received and sent attachments from the internal cache on logout/login, removal of a little debug echo, and recognition of encrypted forwarded attachments as encrypted by the message composer.
Release Notes: A really nasty bug in the Virtual Domain system was fixed. Lots of functions wouldn't work because of this bug.