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Hastymail2 Release Candidate 1 is Now Available

I am happy to announce that the first release candidate of Hastymail2 is now available for download. As always a big thanks to everyone who has been testing and providing feedback and bug reports.  This will be the first of 3 or 4 release candidates  as we finalize the code for the first stable release of Hastymail2. There are quite a few fixes and updates since the Beta 3 release and I encourage everyone to upgrade and let us know what you think. The following are the change log entries since the last news update:

Code Updates for October 11

    RC7 has been out for a while now and things are looking good. Feedback has resulted in a handful of new features, many fixes, and three new plugins. The new plugins are a uuencode plugin that decodes uuencoded messages, an auto-complete address plugin for the compose page, and an IMAP quota plugin that displays quota information. All could use more testing in different environments (I posted an SVN snapshot for anybody interested in doing so, link below). Here is the complete list of updates and fixes since RC7 was released:

Code Updates for May 12

    Development picked up this past week, with 19 SVN commits containing quite a few fixes. There are some new features as well, and a few updates based on feedback. Thanks to everyone who has been kind enough to test out the new code and provide suggestions, we appreciate it. Here is whats new this week:

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 May 27

    It was another busy week for Hastymail development with 45 SVN commits since last weeks update. Much of the work was on translations, and most of the larger commits where moving strings into the language file and out of the site_page_class.php file and the templates. Most of the other new features and fixes were a direct result of testing and feedback from the great group of folks who hang out in our IRC channel. Thanks for the support and feedback, your help is really appreciated and Hastymail is better thanks to you. Here is this weeks list of updates:

Code and Site Updates for June 10

    As hoped last weeks release has expanded our testing and revealed several bugs that are now fixed. Only one new feature was added and the rest of the changes since the release are fixes. There have also been some site additions in the last few weeks worth mentioning, including making snapshots of SVN available for download between beta releases. I'm happy to say that even with a very modest amount of downloads the beta release combined with other project activity pushed Hastymail into the top 1% of most active projects at Sourceforge. Many thanks to those of you doing testing and submitting feedback.

Code Updates for September 7

    It has been hard to find time to work on Hastymail but both development and testing have been going well. The result is a handful of updates to SVN. The next release should be right around the corner and I think this time I am going to change from beta releases to stable release candidates. Thanks to everyone who has posted in the forums or reported problems. Here is what's new since the third beta release:

Code Updates for September 20

    Update time again. There have been a handful of fixes as well as some more testing and feedback since the last news update. Enough to warrant a snapshot release on the Download page. Unless something unusual happens I expect this snapshot to be very similar to the next official release. Speaking of which I think it is about time to switch from beta releases to release candidates, and I hope to get an RC-1 out within the next week or two. Thanks again to everyone who has been checking out Hastymail and providing feedback. As of now all reported bugs are fixed and my list of to-do items is primarily housekeeping.

Code Updates for August 6

    Its been a while since I last updated. Development has slowed a bit but testing and feedback have been great, several bugs have been fixed, and others reported that will be addressed soon. Once I get through the next round of issues and finish some things I have in the works the third beta release will be ready to go. Thanks to everyone who submitted a bug report or posted in the forums. Here is whats been going on since the last update

Code Updates for November 23

    It's been almost a month since the first release candidate and development and testing have been busy. Thanks to everyone who has posted in the forums or provided feedback. There have been quite a few changes in SVN and once a few more issues are addressed the second release candidate will be ready. In the meantime I am posting an SVN snapshot on the  Download page for anyone who wants a sneak peek of how things are shaping up. Here are the latest changes since the first candidate came out:

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