Release Notes: The packaging and configuration have changed to allow building without having to run autogen.sh. A lot of bugfixes and feature enhancements were made, including improved IMAP response string handling, improved folder sorting, Euro display support, URL highlighting in headers, and a default "To:" header for folders. The program now avoids saving invalid window geometries, and crashes which occurred on specific message sizes were fixed.
Release Notes: Many long-time bugs have been fixed, several involving memory corruption.
Release Notes: XForms 1.0 and gcc 3.x support have been added, and there are various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is the first release to fully support XForms 1.0. By supporting this new version, several bugs including the dreaded cut and paste bug have been resolved. Several other bugs in the formating of replys and various key mappings are also fixed. New XForms packages can also be found on the Web site.
Release Notes: Better mcrypt detection on Mandrake, removal of debugging symbols, fixes to LDAP, PGP, and IMAP bugs, IMAP tweaks and compatibility patches, and the start of a move from RFC 822 to RFC 2822-conformance.
Release Notes: This release will not prompt for a passphrase on a VRFYFL operation, has PGP passphrase timer expiration, and will reprompt on bad passphrases. There are fixes for the print header config, FreeBSD compiling isues, config trashing on kill -9, various rule bugs, and Debian X11 Headers. It has configurable Re:/Fwd:, the Faces warning dialog has been removed, IMAP Trash cleans upon exit now, the clean_exit() procedures have been reworked, it no longer crashes upon exit if you are in IMAP trash, and there is an option to disable the unknown charset warning.
Release Notes: A new build structure, IMAP 2000 support, LDAP support, authenicated SMTP support (With GPasswd support), ESD support, a new license header in files, Debian build files, GPasswd (Global Password Encryption) updates, and inclusion of 1.4.7p2 patches.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, and the first made available under the GPL.
Release Notes: An unlimited number of rules, folders, and messages, global password encryption, multiple SMTP gateways with thread support, compile support under OpenBSD, and preliminary pgp 6.5.1 support.
Release Notes: Bug fixes, networking improvements, --without-sound configure option added.