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 June 5

    It has been just over two weeks since the last news update and over thirty days since RC6 was released. I have been busy with work and family and just life in general but have done the best I can to make the time to address at least some of the issues and requests that have come in. As always, thanks to everyone who posts in the forums or contacts me with questions or comments. Thanks to the great feedback we have some nice improvements to the code worth mentioning. Here is the rundown of what is new since the last update:

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:

Hastymail2 RC 3 Released

    I am happy to announce that the third release candidate of Hastymail2 is now available. The rewrite of Hastymail began at the beginning of this year with the first SVN check-in date of January 9th 2008. I had hoped to have a stable release by the end of the year but we are not quite there yet. We have made significant progress however and I am really pleased with how things are going. Testing and feedback have been great and I think this is the best version of Hastymail yet! Thanks to everyone who has supported the project. Here are the changes since RC 2 followed by a link to download Hastymail2 at Sourceforge.

Third Beta Release

    We are pleased to announce a new Hastymail2 beta release. Many issues have been resolved since the last release, and quite a bit has been done in SVN since the last news update. The CHANGES file in the source has all the details of whats new since the beta 2, and the following updates to SVN pick up where the last news update left off. Thanks to all the folks supplying great feedback and bug reports, keep up the good work!

Code Updates for August 6

    Its been a while since I last updated. Development has slowed a bit but testing and feedback have been great, several bugs have been fixed, and others reported that will be addressed soon. Once I get through the next round of issues and finish some things I have in the works the third beta release will be ready to go. Thanks to everyone who submitted a bug report or posted in the forums. Here is whats been going on since the last update

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.

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