Release Notes: The installer has been fully revamped, giving it a more modern, slim appeal and making it easier to understand. A few minor issues with the configuration interface, the mail list, and fetching external calendars have been fixed. Cronjob scheduling has been improved, with the process limit raised. Both steps should improve Cronjob handling.
Release Notes: This build fixes various issues with typos and the autoload mechanism, and massively improves the behavior when adding a new IMAP account.
Release Notes: This build fixes a few issues with the display of mail attachments, the mobile interface, and some CSS issues, and finally brings a cure to the problem where the MySQL timezone might be different than that of the installation.
Release Notes: This build can switch between behaviors when deleting messages by moving them to the wastebin. One can choose to either mark the messages as read or just move them to the trash.
Release Notes: This is the final release of phlyMail 4.3. It just fixes one minor issue with "Reply All", where the original recipients are now correctly differentiated between To: and CC:. It is recommended that all users update.
Release Notes: Besides a few minor bugfixes, this build adds code to filter out BCC addresses from outgoing mail. Some mail servers don't do so despite being required by the RFCs. This lead to BCC addresses leaking to recipients.
Release Notes: Handling of all-day events in external calendars from Apple's iCal or Google Calendar has been improved. A few minor issues have been fixed.
Release Notes: This build fixes some PHP warnings (sloppy code). It improves the handling of non-UTF-8 HTML mail forwarded as HTML and the link recognition in plain text email.
Release Notes: This build fixes some minor issues with logging in as admin / user and the handling of lost passwords. A few typos and unnecessary PHP warnings have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release candidate adds quota support to the WebDAV server and allows you to change the upper limits for thumbnail generation through the configuration file. The "please enable cookies" warning is now only displayed when a session cookie is enabled and the browser does not allow cookies.