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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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  •  17 Jun 2014 11:58

    Release Notes: Folder list optimisations, small bugfixes, and improvements.

    •  04 Jun 2014 15:50

      Release Notes: Allows dragging of text to HTML compose body.

      •  21 May 2014 16:43

        Release Notes: This release adds automatic configuration of remote accounts. LMTP servers are now supported for sending mail. Small bugfixes and improvements have been added.

        •  05 May 2014 20:50

          Release Notes: Adds access to remote email accounts. Adds signatures to the compose view. Adds the ability to create filter rules from messages. Adds images to HTML signatures. An improved contact information menu. Displays Web notifications for new mail. Displays unread message count in the browser icon. Displays message flags in smartphone view. Displays recurrencies in iTip messages. Adds a body size limit for sending messages. Many performance, memory usage, and other improvements.

          •  07 Mar 2014 11:58

            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.

            Recent comments

            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

            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

            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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