Release Notes: This build fixes a few minor issues which were missed in the previous release. It's now considered feature-complete and stable.
Release Notes: This build vastly improves the display of calendar events and allows you to flag the calendar groups with individual colours (which are shown alongside the events in the main calendar). External calendars in iCalendar format (ICS / VCS) can be included as folders and polled regularly. Switching between the external and internal calendar for groups is possible at any time.
Release Notes: This build adds a WebDAV server for the file manager. The storage method of user and admin passwords was changed, so it now uses salted digests instead of plain MD5. Opt-in is used for recovering a user's password. Global boilerplates were added. A contacts sidebar was added. The preview and print view for contacts were improved. A few minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This build fixes a few minor bugs in handling IMAP mails, again slightly speeds up IMAP folder sync, adds two new themes and the formerly commercial Bookmarks module to the core. The incompatibility with IE 7 has been fixed, too.
Release Notes: This build adds a Threaded View to email folders, which works regardless of the folders or mail accounts to which the mail messages belong. The FXL Template class and the IDNA class have been updated and the runonce.php process has been optimized to run much faster now. Editing an event before 1970-1-1 did not work, the permission "See global contacts" did not work. The mail quote in HTML sets a non-breaking space in front, thus preventing bold formatting in CKEditor.
Release Notes: This build massively enhances the functionality of the boilerplates (predefined text snippets). They can now be organized in arbitrarily nested groups. The mail composition window now has a collapsible selection box for the boilerplates, which shows a formatted preview when hovering over an entry. Besides this, a few minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to send faxes. Therefore, the relevant configuration options were added to the Config and the user's setup. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This is the final release of phlyMail 4. There were no more bugs since the RC1, only some cosmetic changes.
Release Notes: This is the first beta release of phlyMail 4. Some of the new features include events with attendees, tasks, calendar list view, calendar search, a pin board, improved user interface, bounce mails, a new HTML editor, improved groupware functionality, and many more. This build should not be used in a production environment.
Release Notes: There have been many major fixes and enhancements since 3.6.0.