ytnef is a program to decode TNEF streams (winmail.dat). Unlike other similar programs, it can also decode meeting requests and create VCal entries for easy import. It can also create vCard entries from contact cards and vTodo entries from task entries. It also has a Perl script that can be used in procmail recipes to automatically reformat incoming mail appropriately.
|Tags||Communications Email Office/Business Scheduling groupware|
Release Notes: This release adds improvements to the installation instructions and modifications to work with the new libytnef 1.5.
Release Notes: This release will compile with older compilers (like gcc 2.96).
Release Notes: Recurring meeting support.
Release Notes: VCal entries have gotten an upgrade allowing them to be properly connected to the Outlook meetings. This means that when a meeting is accepted, the scheduler now correctly sees and is updated that you've accepted it, instead of the previous "unknown meeting" error.
Release Notes: A problem with leap year calculations adjusting March instead of February was fixed. RPM support was added.