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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Hastymail2 1.1 RC1 Now Available

The first release candidate for the next stable version of Hastymail2 is now available. There are a few more fixes since the last news update and still two known issues to resolve. The known issues are a display related problem with IE9 and certain themes, and a problem with the auto-save draft feature on the compose page with the EIMS IMAP server. We encourage all users to upgrade to this version as it has tons of fixes and improvements over the last stable release. Once the known issues are resolved, and assuming nothing new comes up, we will package up the final 1.1 version. Below are the changes since the last news post and a link to the release downloads:

Hastymail2 RC8 Released

   We are happy to announce that Hastymail2 RC8 has been released. The updates and improvements since RC7 are substantial. New plugins, theme improvements, new features, a ton of fixes, plugin API updates, and more. The change log has 65 entries total. We believe this to be the best version of Hastymail2 yet and urge all users to upgrade. Thanks as always to everyone who has supported the project through feedback and testing.

Hastymail2 RC 7 Released

I am happy to announce that Hastymail2 RC7 is now available for download. We have been way behind on releases so while there are still a few issues being working on the list of fixes and additions since RC 6 is significant enough to warrant a release. We've got a few new plugins, several subsystem improvements, much improved w3c xhtml compliance, and a slew of miscellaneous bug fixes throughout the code. Here is the full set of changes since the last release:

Hastymail2 RC 6 Released

    It has taken longer than I wanted to get this release out the door, mainly because some of the changes were bigger than I anticipated. Things are looking good though with lots of fixes and updates since the last release. Thanks as always to everyone who has been supporting the project with testing and feedback. Lots of bugs have been squashed and several areas have seen some nice improvements, like folder list handling and theme capabilities to name just two. I had hoped to have a new theme ready for this release based on a design posted in our forums but I am just not happy with it yet. I will add that to SVN in the next week or two once I find some time to whip it into shape. Here is the full list of what is new since RC5. If you give Hastymail a try we want to hear from you so check out our Contact page and let us know what you think.

Code Updates for April 8

  As much as I wanted to get RC6 out this past week it just did not come together. Development has been busy though, including a few additional bug fixes as well as some updates to the theme system. A generous poster in the forums put together a nice new interface design in a PSD file, and implementing the layout has illuminated some shortcomings of themes that are in the process of being improved. You can check out a screenshot of the current state of this new theme at the bottom of this post. Unless some new issues come to light I hope to have an initial version of this new theme done this week and RC6 out by early next week. In the meantime here is what is new in SVN since the last news post:

Code Updates for March 28

    RC5 has been out for about a week now and the feedback has been great. Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to test and report issues. We have a few fixes and updates in SVN already, and I think I am going to push out RC6 sooner rather than later (probably within another week). I am going to stop adding new features, except in plugins, and really focus on getting things stabilized. Here is whats new in SVN since RC5:

Hastymail2 RC 4 Released

   It has been a busy January for Hastymail2 development. We are happy to announce that the fourth release candidate of Hastymail2 is available for download. This release contains several bug fixes to the core code with most of the new development going on in plugins. This includes some fixes and updates to existing plugins the most notable of which is event support for the calendar plugin, as well as 2 new additions since RC3, the "notices" and "news" plugins. Also the main javascript includes have been compressed and combined to reduce the overall page load time. Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback and testing. We appreciate your support. Read on for the full list of changes since RC3.

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.

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:

Code Updates for April 14

    It's been another busy week of Hastymail development. Looking back over the week there were 28 individual commits since last Monday. Some are fixes and some are additions and they are scattered throughout the code really. I would also like to welcome a new contributor, Matt Smith, to the project. I have a crazy busy day today so rather than a few more lines of pointless blathering lets go straight to the list of whats new.

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