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IMP

IMP, the Internet Messaging Program, allows Web-based access to IMAP and POP3 mail servers and provides a range of features normally found only in desktop email clients.

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Release Notes: This release adds a link to save all attachments to the message popup window, improves support for broken S/MIME messages, updates the Danish translation, and adds small bugfixes and improvements.

  •  20 Nov 2013 00:21

Release Notes: This release fixes regressions in permissions, deleting drafts, and applying ACLs.

Release Notes: This release fixes an XSS vulnerability, adds several improvements and fixes for attachment handling, and adds further bugfixes and improvements.

Release Notes: This release improves sizing of popup windows, accesses all reply methods in smartphone mode, fixes sending messages with Internet Explorer 8, and adds further bugfixes and improvements.

  •  16 Jul 2013 21:45

Release Notes: This release fixes message redirection, bugs in the search results view, and bugs with attachment and image uploads. Further bugfixes.

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18 Dec 2007 13:00 zerbey

Re: Agreed - it should be easier

>

> % I'm sure IMP is pretty simple if you

> % have the time and patience to go

> through

> % the documentation. I'm testing

> % different web->mail apps and to be

> % honest, I don't :-)

> %

> % It looks like a really cool program

> but

> % developers! - you really need to make

> it

> % a lot better if you want people to

> use

> % it. I'll keep an eye out for later

> % releases and see how it develops

>

>

> IMP more than simple - simplest program

> you cannot find. If you have a

> complexity in studying and program use

> read the documentation.

You're replying to a comment I made 8 years ago.

18 Dec 2007 12:26 geminibiz

Re: Agreed - it should be easier

> I'm sure IMP is pretty simple if you

> have the time and patience to go through

> the documentation. I'm testing

> different web->mail apps and to be

> honest, I don't :-)

>

> It looks like a really cool program but

> developers! - you really need to make it

> a lot better if you want people to use

> it. I'll keep an eye out for later

> releases and see how it develops

IMP more than simple - simplest program you cannot find. If you have a complexity in studying and program use read the documentation.

11 Feb 2005 04:56 cresso Thumbs down

Re: crashing?
I found out that the Zend optimiser I had installed was causing the crashes in combination with the horde framework (php5 & apache2). After I uninstalled it, it ran fine!

02 Feb 2005 12:23 cresso Thumbs down

crashing?
I tried to run this with apache2 & php5 on winxp, configured everything properly added an imap server.... but apache crashed when I pressed the 'Folders' icon. And it kept on crashing on every horde framework page until session was lost. Further it seems to work fine though. I also think it's alot of stuff if you're just looking for webmail only.

19 Jan 2005 02:16 Yunosh

Re: My 2 cents

> Why isn't it possible to only

> require default libs and compiliation of

> Apache/php as eg. Fedora delivers from

> CD ?

We target a lot of diverse platforms, so we can't really consider what a single distribution installs by default. Of course some of the features that require certain PHP extensions could be implemented in pure PHP code, but this would mean a huge performance hit and reinventing the wheel.

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