Release Notes: A filter rule to check SpamCop (spamcop.net) was added to determine whether an email has been routed through a blacklisted mail server. A filter rule was added to check SpamHaus (spamhaus.org) to determine whether an email has been routed through a blacklisted mail server. The content-disposition header was not being sent to the browser when downloading attachments from an email, suppressing the popup window in Mozilla when opening attachments. Several other bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release has a professionally redesigned user interface, full Mozilla support, a "shutdown" option in the admin section to cleanly shut down the JVM, DNS lookup to verify the domain names of email addresses when responding with undeliverable responses, a mouseover to display contact info from a sender who is in a users contacts list, a user account "bulk loader" that allows an administrator the ability to fill out a CSV file and create multiple user accounts at once, the latest version of the embedded database, and many more updates and bugfixes.
Release Notes: An option to leave a copy of email on the POP server, an option to delete messages on the remote POP server if deleted from the Webtop (when leaving a copy of messages on the POP server) were added. A reverse DNS lookup on remote IP address for Webtop read receipt notifications was added. The default time period to check POP accounts was changed from 1 minute to 5 minutes. A few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Support has been added for compressed HTTP response output (speeds up response time on slower connections). There is a new background thread to monitor and restart the database connection pool if needed. The public site at yourwebtop.com has been redesigned. A bug where updating email account information would not always work correctly has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release added SSL encryption to the embedded Web server, improved the installation procedure, added a Windows program launcher, added complete online, HTML help, added an option to have an audible chime play when new email arrives, included better compliance with Tomcat servlet engine configurations, and added the ability to manually add and remove users from Webtop mailing lists. There were also several minor updates and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release now strips the read receipt header before reposting messages to Webtop moderated mailing lists, and fixes a bug that caused the default authentication class to not initialize properly if no class was specified in the configuration.
Release Notes: This version adds the ability for Webtop users to quickly and easily create "opt-in" mailing lists. Also, the authentication system has been abstracting to allow pluggable, customized authentication for easy integration with an LDAP server, a single sign-on system, or other custom authentication scheme. Additionally, there have been numerous bugfixes and code enhancements.
Release Notes: This version adds an embedded relational database to the default installation. This means that you no longer need to install your own database to run the Webtop.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release which fixes a bug which caused sending (or replying to) an email with a "," in the email address caused an email address parsing exception to occur. It also adds support for intelligent HTTP email receipts which include the recipient's IP address, remote hostname, and any other HTTP header information.
Release Notes: This release has the ability to import / export email using the mbox file format (which includes Outlook and Outlook Express), a "has specific words in cc" option in the email filters, a link to view the text-only version of an email message, the ability to associate a contact to one or many groups for purposes of sending email to the group (personal mailing lists), and several important bugfixes. Also, a new UI customization guide has been added and the FAQ has been updated.