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!

Hastymail2 Release Candidate 2 is Now Available

    We are happy to announce the second release candidate of Hastymail2. The changes since RC 1 are all over, and while mostly fixes some are "missing" features that did not require major code changes to implement. New development has shifted to plugins as we try to solidify the core code as we near our first stable release. This release has 3 new plugins worth checking out:

1. A message filter plugin that can move, flag, or delete messages in a folder based on preset rules. Includes a rule management page and an option to auto-filter the INBOX.

2. A logger plugin that can log Hastymail2 events to 4 different sources with options to control the event types and content.

3. A "compose page warning" plugin that moves the 2 javascript compose page warning options from the core code into a plugin, and adds a third option that shows a confirmation box when the user is navigating away from the compose page before sending.

Here is the full list of changes from the CHANGES file in the source code since the last release:

- Expanded the new filters plugin with support for managing
  the filter rule order and the ability to delete or flag a message
  instead of just moving it.
- Fixed a bug in the delete message method in the plugin API
- Added support for importing vcards with a text/directory
  mime type
- Added a logging plugin that allows sites to log activity called
- Added a message filter plugin that allows users to filter messages
  based on message contents called "filters"
- Fixed several translation string related problems
- Fixed a bug that made the folder update interval setting not
  changable on the options page
- Fixed a bug that caused plugin specific settings be lost after
  a user updates their Hastymail2 settings on the options page
- Added a simple search method to the plugin api
- Fixed a typo in the select mailbox method of the plugin api, and
  made all the arguments but the mailbox to select optional
- Added an option for the message page to set the default message
  action in the navigation controls
- Made some small UI changes to hopefully make the navigation and
  message action controls more understandable
- Fixed a bug causing folders within excluded folders to be
  visible even when imap_folder_exclude_hidden was enabled
- Added an unread count to the mailbox view meta information that shows
  the unread amount for the folder even when it is not being tracked
- Fixed a bug that caused the total unread count to include the
  currently selected folder even when it's not being tracked for
  unread mail
- Added an "expunge INBOX on logout" option
- Moved the javascript warning options on the compose page to a
  plugin called "compose_warning" and added a third warning option
  that confirms exiting the compose page when a message is in progress
- Fixed a bug that broke the move and copy IMAP functions
  in the plugin API
- Fixed folder list bugs with some UW-IMAP versions
- Improved folder list handling for UW-IMAP server
- Added select all links to the checkboxes on the folders page
- Deleting from the message view now respects the "confirm when
  deleting" option
- Fixed w3c validation problems introduced by fixing the non-ascii
  character display bug
- Added missing ajax.php to the sample "hello world" plugin
- Fixed incorrect colors in the dark theme for html messages
- Fixed a problem with non-ascii characters not displaying
- Fixed conflicting default config file paths in the INSTALL file
- Commented out example alt_1 IMAP server settings the
  hastymail.conf.example file
- Fixed incorrect color in the dark theme for flagged messages

As always thanks to everyone who has filled out bug reports and provided feedback.


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