Release Notes: Minor fixes were made for rendering and startup issues.
Release Notes: Handling of the local "default" timezone was improved for calendar items that don't specify one. This version also adds group select (shift-click) for bulk delete and drag/drop in the mailbox view. Finally, this version introduces access to Citadel's full text index search right from its own Web pages.
Release Notes: This release adds Spanish and Danish translations and improves SSL and MIME performance.
Release Notes: Enhanced support for messages written in foreign character sets.
Release Notes: This version includes an AJAX-powered instant messenger window, which provides an application-like interface to Citadel's built-in instant messenger system. Real-time chats with other users are now presented in an intuitive tabbed window that is similar in look and feel to popular desktop instant messaging clients.
Release Notes: WebCit now contains a full-featured AJAX webmail system. It was also translated into several new languages.
Release Notes: AJAX refresh for two-pane mail view, and for updating the "Who is online" and "Summary" screens. Entering email recipients and address autocompletion from the address book. Cc: and Bcc: support. More intelligent display of message date/time. The Webserver now speaks fully compliant HTTP/1.1. A "print message" bugfix for IE. The rich text editor for message entry is now TinyMCE. More diverse options for Reply, ReplyAll, ReplyQuoted, and Forward, etc. Email signatures can now be defined. Better support for conversion of foreign character sets to UTF-8. Bugfixes for commonly found SSL issues.
Release Notes: This release adds a multi-pane mailbox view, with AJAX message loading and sorting by multiple fields, better support for international character sets, and a new set of attractive icons and artwork which were commissioned specifically for the Citadel project.
Release Notes: User interface enhancements and minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: The user interface improvements in this version included a cleaner layout and a rich text editor for message entry that works in both Mozilla and IE. Some bugfixes were made in the SSL implementation.