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Code Updates for April 21

    It was another good week for Hastymail development, logging 23 individual commits since last Monday's update. Much of the past week's work was to address the changes required to make Hastymail work with the application/xhtml-xml content type header. While these changes are staying in the code, the application/xhtml-xml header is not being sent unless we can resolve some additional issues. Other changes and fixes are spread all over the place, so read on for the full details.

Code Updates for March 31

    Once Hastymail became capable of displaying folders and messages I started using it as my primary mail reader, switching to something else only when I needed to reply or send a message. I am happy to say I can switch a little less often because this weeks updates include basic outgoing message support. Nothing fancy and lots left to be done but simple outgoing mail is functional. Along with this comes more contacts integration, some theme work, and the a bunch of various smaller fixes and updates.

Code Updates for May 19

    It was a busy week in Hastymail development with 40 SVN commits since our last update on the 12th. Thanks to some great testing and feedback we were able to identify and fix a few bugs and we also knocked out several of the remaining items that need to be in place before putting together an official beta release. Here is the full list:

Code Updates for November 24

    We are way over due for a new release, the change log since RC7 is getting HUGE. Things are looking good however. All of the issues reported since the last release have been addressed and are either resolved or awaiting feedback, and some cool new features have been added. I really think things are shaping up for our first stable release, though the next will be yet another candidate. I am targeting this time next week for RC8, then the first stable version before the end of the year. Here is what is new since the last news update:

Code Updates for March 10

    It was a bit slower than average for Hastymail development this week, though as I look over the SVN commits there are definitely some updates worth mentioning.  Aside from the normal fixes and tweaks all over the code the primary areas of development for the last week were the plugin system,  Exchange compatibility, and a brand new contacts page based on a Vcard type system.

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