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!

Code Updates for December 17

    It's been just over a week since the second release candidate was put together and overall things are looking good. We had a nice bump in activity and have already put in place a handful of fixes to SVN that address some newly reported issues. As always thanks to everyone who has given the code a try and supplied feedback. RC2 had a few more changes than I anticipated so this next release will be more limited to bug fixing. I had hoped that after RC3 we would be seriously considering our first stable release but because things have not settled down quite as much in SVN as I would like, I am now thinking we will go up to RC4 at least before declaring a stable release. Here is the latest from the CHANGES file since RC2 came out:

- Added the "tango" theme, thanks to Shawn Turpin

- Fixed a bug that caused the sort order of folders on the new mail page  to be inconsistent.

- Expanded the default user options in the conf file to cover almost all of the options page settings.

- Fixed a bug that caused some outgoing messages with multiple attachments to not be saved in the sent folder.

- Update folder routines to handle subfolders whose parent folders are missing from the hierarchy

- Add missing interface string to translation files

- Fixed a bug that caused the timezone option to not be set correctly

- Fixed a PHP warning with strtotime when changing the default date format

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RC3 download?
Posted by Jan 9 years, 61 days ago
Hello, Is RC3 available for download anywhere?
Re: RC3 download?
Posted by Jason Munro 9 years, 61 days ago
Jan, Not yet but it will be soon. I hope to put together a release before the end of the year, hopefully this week or weekend. Jason.
Posted by David 2 years, 118 days ago
> I don't know why a cron job is needed. Why not just set the pilugn to delete files once they expire? Because the script can't run at a certain time (when a file is expired), that's why you need a cron job. A poor choice would be deleting all expired files everytime the script runs (or given certain time), but deleting all those files takes some time, so it would affect page load time.It simply can't be done properly without a cronjob.> I have to delete files everyday or else they stack up quick, 20-30 MB a dayIf 20-30MB a day represent a problem, you should change hosting...

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