Hastymail2 is an Open Source IMAP webmail client written in PHP. Our focus is compliance, usability, security, and speed.
2015-04-16 Update:

Sadly Hastymail2 is no longer being maintained. Happily this is because we are working on a new web-based E-mail client, called Cypht. If you need support your best bet is the #hastymail IRC channel at freenode. Thanks to everyone who contributed to and supported this project!


Code Updates for February 25

    It has been a busy week for Hastymail. The updates and additions are all over the code, the most notable being a plugin system. The system is not complete but so far there are 2 limited but functional plugins, and quite a bit of first draft documentation to go with them. Another notable update is functional searching, including advanced search abilities.  So without further ado here is what's new in Hastymail this week.

Code Updates for February 18

    I seem to have settled into a weekly routine to update the "News" on Monday mornings, which I hope to stick to as development continues. The past week coding for my day job has been keeping me very busy, and most of the weekend I spent with my daughter (in between running what feels like a teenage taxi service) so the changes in the code are not as significant as I had hoped, but I did get some time in here and there during the week on a decent amount yesterday. Here are the latest highlights in SVN:

Code Updates for February 11

    It's been another busy week for Hastymail development. Most of this weeks updates are display related, but there are some important updates to the AJAX system, the IMAP class, and sessions as well. My goal  is to push through a "first draft" of area with at least basic functionality first, then to go back and improve and expand it. Here are the highlights of whats new.

Code Updates for February 4

Lots of updates to the code this week. If we take a gander at the current php line count in the project:

 jason@jackass /var/www/hastymail2$ find . -name "*.php" -print0 | xargs -0 wc -l | tail -1
 7895 total

we can see that we are approaching 8000 lines of PHP in one month which reflects quite a bit of work! :). The list of new and improved code is as follows.

Code Updates for January 28

    So many things have been added over the last 2 weeks it would be hard to list everything. Here are the highlights of whats new:

Welcome to the new Hastymail site

    Hello and welcome to the new Hastymail site. We are excited about reviving the Hastymail project! News about development, any major milestones, or whatever I feel like blabbing about will be posted here. The code is coming along nicely in SVN, major portions of the IMAP functions have been reviewed, updated, and rewritten into our new application framework.  I will update this page as often as I can so check back often for the latest!

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