Roundcube

Roudcube updated to 0.8.5

The Roundcube webmail project keeps on updating their software relentlessly, they’ve updated the stable 0.8 version and it includes several bug fixes and it fixes the recently reported XSS vulnerability.

If you use this for yourself or others it would be wise to update it.

Here is a document on how to upgrade.

Roudcube updated to 0.7.2

The Roundcube team have released a new version. It contains another round of bug fixing. You can download it from their download page. Please note that a new version of 0.8 is on its way, it is currently in beta.

I would advise you that if you use Roundcube please upgrade to this version. Here is a document on how to upgrade.

Roundcube updated to 0.7

The team at Roundcube is still hard at work and they have released a new version of their awesome webmail client. It contains another round of bug fixing and they added some security improvements which will protect the Roundcube users from XSS and clickjacking attacks.

With this release Roundcube also passes the email standards project’s acid test. See http://www.email-standards.org/acid-test

I would advise you that if you use Roundcube please upgrade to this version. Here is a document on how to upgrade.

The mail server on Lion

Whilst upgrading my production server, the one you’re getting these pages served by, to Lion and reinstalling all the programs on it I’ve also found time to write everything down for you to use when you upgrade to Lion. We already had the MAMP stuff teated and documented but now all the mail server components have been tested and written.

http://diymacserver.com/mail2/lion/

So enjoy your new installation of Lion with these instructions.

In the coming week I will move all my stuff to the new Mini, hopefully without too much interruptions in our service.

Roundcube updated to 0.5.2

For most of us I think using webmail is something of a thing we did some time ago, all these new iGizmo’s giving us full connectivity using native mail applications, who is using webmail? For those of us that still do or those who still want to provide this service the Roundcube team has released a new version of their webmail solution (which I still consider one of the best out there!). This update brings bug fixes and stability improvements and it includes an updated version of the TinyMCE editor which is now supposed to work correctly in IE9.

It is considered stable and I recommend to update your installation of Roundcube with this release. For a complete list of changes see http://trac.roundcube.net/wiki/Changelog. Packages can be downloaded from the usual place: http://roundcube.net/download.

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