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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.


POP Peeper 2.4.2
September 24th, 2005

Pop Peeper v2.4.2 is now available with the following fixes:

- Fix: SendMail registry data was not encrypted
- Fix: General problem with searching certain header fields
- Fix: high temporary cpu usage if receive new mail AND using rotating icon AND window open
- Fix: Messages (typically spam) with unexpected data were not always displayed in message list
- Fix: Mail Client fields now allow more characters to be entered by user
- Fix: Forced send limit for smtp (some systems would fail on large attachments)
- Fix: SendMail WebMail accounts wouldn’t use BCC until restarted
- SendMail plugin can be used for messages opened from files

POP Peeper is an email notifier that runs in your Windows task bar and alerts you when you have new email on any of your POP3, Hotmail, MSN, Yahoo,, MyWay, Excite,, or RediffMail accounts. Send mail using your SMTP server or through your webmail account directly from POP Peeper.

Eudora 6.2.5
September 24th, 2005

Eudora 6.2.5 is now out, with the following being the most important new features:

Scam Watch: This new feature combats “phishing” schemes that use disguised URL’s to gather personal information. Eudora now detects if the URL in the link differs suspiciously from the host name and warns you to exercise caution before making the connection.

OpenSSL: The state-of-the art standard in email security and encryption.

Improved IMAP: Improved functionality to synchronize and access email from multiple computers and locations.


The new Yahoo! Mail look
September 23rd, 2005

Jeremy Zawodny has posted a screenshot of the new Yahoo! Mail (still in private beta):

For a full sized screenshot, visit Jeremys blog

ArGoSoft Mail Server
September 21st, 2005

A new version of ArGoSoft Mail Server is now available.

ArGoSoft Mail Server is a fully functional SMTP/POP3/Finger (Pro version also has IMAP module) server for Windows 95/98/NT/2000, which will let you turn your computer into an email system. It’s very compact, takes about 1-5 Mb of disk space (depending on the version), does not have any specific memory requirements, and what is the most important – it’s very easy to use.

Balsa 2.3.5
September 21st, 2005

balsa-2.3.5 fixes few bugs and makes error messages more user-friendly.

Columba 1.0 “Holy Moly” Released
September 18th, 2005

Columba is an Email Client written in Java, featuring a a consistent and clean user interface and internationalization support – you can read and write messages in every language or character encoding you want. This also includes more sophisticated charsets like BIG5 or kyrillian.

Columba is a safe and secure client (GnuPG, SSL/TLS), comes with integrated Bayesian spam blocking, powerful filtering capabilities, virtual folders for saved searches and is extensible through Groovy and Jython plugins.


SpamPal 1.72 Beta
September 14th, 2005

SpamPal sits between your email program and your mailbox, checking your email as you retrieve it. Any email messages that it considers to be spam will be “tagged” with a special header; you simply configure your email client to filter anything with this header into a separate folder and your spam won’t be mixed up with the rest of your email anymore.

Latest Changes:

  • Now removes any pre-existing (and possibly forged) SpamPal header lines
  • Pop3: Fixed crash in prefetching
  • Pop3: Now supports CAPA (ie “Capabilities”) command
  • Pop3: Fixed unlikely buffer overflow when processing malformed LIST response
  • IMAP4: Fixed crash in prefetching
  • IMAP4: Fiddled with removal of \Seen flags from moved spam messages
  • Public blacklists/DNSBLs: Fixed buffer overflow that was causing crashes
  • Where supported, now uses Microsoft’s DNSAPI.DLL for DNS queries
  • No longer does hostname lookups for and several other frequently-used domains
  • Fixed issue where multiple public blacklist entries were querying the same resource;
  • Transparent Proxy: a whole load of bugfixes


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