Hastymail2

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!

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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 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 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 March 3

    Yet another busy week for Hastymail updates, primarily to the new plugin system. More testing has resulted in some important fixes and improvements. Over all I think the system is proving to be efficient and down right powerful. The API for plugins continues to expand as more methods are added to the tools class and hooks are added to the core code. Plugins can now use a shared database connection, have their own AJAX callbacks, insert Javascript into page headers, even interact with the IMAP server, all using the documented tools class methods. Aside from plugins we also have some updates to the message view, including image attachment thumbnails and previous and next links that walk through the viewable parts of a message. Read on for the full list.

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 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 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 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 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:

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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