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PocoMail 4 Released
October 26th, 2005

PocoMail 4 is now officially available after a long development and 3 stages of beta testing. The new version redefines what an email client should do for you, from an amazingly quick Focus Box feature that cuts through the clutter and isolates messages and contacts you need, to integrated RSS reader and much more powerful IMAP Online Folders. Find out the whole story from the What’s New in PocoMail 4 page, then download the new version and try for yourself.


YPOPs! 0.8.0
October 18th, 2005

YPOPs! version 0.8.0 is now available with the following new feature:

Pop up a “Send – Verify” dialog box when Yahoo prompts for verification code when sending e-mail. Yahoo prompts for this from time to time depending on your frequency of sending e-mails.

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Introducing RoundCube
October 13th, 2005

RoundCube Webmail is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an application-like user interface (AJAX). It provides full functionality you expect from an e-mail client, including MIME support, address book, folder manipulation and message filters. RoundCube Webmail is written in PHP and requires the MySQL database. The user interface is fully skinnable using XHTML and CSS 2. The project is Open Source.

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WaxMail – Outlook Voice Email
October 11th, 2005

WaxMail lets you talk instead of type. At no additional cost. WaxMail adds a simple toolbar to your Windows Outlook which enables you to record, with a one-click operation, a voice-based reply to any email. The recorded message is immediately embedded in your reply as an .MP3 file and sent out along with it with maximum simplicity.

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The new MSN (Hot)Mail
October 11th, 2005

Paul Thurrott has written a thorough beta preview of Kahuna, Microsoft’s next generation Hotmail.

MSN describes Kahuna as an incubation project that has been built from the ground up utilizing the latest Web technologies, such as AJAX, a Web application architecture that combines HTML/Dynamic HTML (DHTML) with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), XML, and other technologies. These technologies are used to emulate the type of experience users get with traditional Windows-based email applications, such as Outlook and Outlook Express, but in a browser-based Web environment. Too, MSN has collected the experiences Microsoft has had creating various email solutions, such as Outlook, Outlook Express, Exchange Server, and Outlook Web Access (OWA) to ensure that Kahuna is as elegant and powerful as possible.

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Mulberry Discontinued
October 2nd, 2005

Cyrus Daboo, the creator of Mulberry and Cyrusoft has announced that his company has filed for bancrupcy:

“It is with deep regret that I have to inform you of the immediate cessation of operations of Cyrusoft International, Inc./ISAMET. The company today filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.”

“The possibility of open sourcing the code is also limited due to dependencies on third-party code and development tools that would require some significant reworking to make it viable for anyone to even compile and use. And with the number of other open source clients that exist now, one would have to ask whether there would be any point to that anyway.”

This is a sad day, Mulberry was the most powerful IMAP email client around. In case you want to download the final releases, you can do so at this page.

MailScanner 4.64.2
October 1st, 2005

A stable version of MailScanner has been released. SpamAssassin 3.1.0 is supported better, and a few minor features and bug fixes have been made.

Pine 4.64
September 29th, 2005

A new version of Pine is now available which addresses bugs found in previous releases and has a few additions as well.

Additions include:

Even though Pine does not properly support the UTF-8 character set, the Allow-Version3-LDAP feature will cause Pine to go ahead and try to talk to an LDAP server which is a version 3 server. You will find this feature in the Setup/Directory screen. It is separately settable for each server you configure.


eMail2Pop 3.28
September 28th, 2005

eMail2Pop has been updated due to minor GMail server updates.

eMail2Pop interfaces with AOL mail, Gmail and Outlook to provide POP3 and SMTP access to AOL Mail and Gmail accounts. eMail2Pop converts AOL and Gmail mail into a standard mail format. This means that users can retrieve their AOL / Gmail mail from almost any email program (Microsoft Outlook, Eudora mail, Incredimail, etc) instead of using proprietary mail software.

GMail Notify 1.6.1
September 26th, 2005

The latest release of Gmail Notify has corrected the authentication failure that appeared a month ago with 1.6 release.

Gmail Notifier is a Linux alternative for the notifier program released by Google, it is written in Python and provides an attractive and simple way to check for new mail messages.


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