Hastymail2

Hastymail2 is an Open Source IMAP webmail client written in PHP. Our focus is compliance, usability, security, and speed.
     

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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 Updates for June 1

    It was yet another busy week of development with 20 SVN commits since last weeks update, including some large language translation related changes. The code is now stable enough for our first beta release which will be announced shortly after this update is posted. Read on for more details on whats new.

Code Updates for March 1

    RC4 has been out for a while now and I am happy to say that we received some great feedback. Thanks to everyone who tried it out and posted in the forums or tracker. Several issues have been addressed and there are some changes worth noting in the code. The biggest updates are a handful of changes to address the amount of server memory Hastymail2 uses to handle a request. By moving the code into separate include files memory use has been reduced by anywhere from 1-3 MB at the cost of adding 1-2 more include files. Also attachment downloads now use a streaming model that should allow any size attachment to be downloaded without having a significant impact on memory use. Here is the full list of updates since RC4:

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