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 November 24

    We are way over due for a new release, the change log since RC7 is getting HUGE. Things are looking good however. All of the issues reported since the last release have been addressed and are either resolved or awaiting feedback, and some cool new features have been added. I really think things are shaping up for our first stable release, though the next will be yet another candidate. I am targeting this time next week for RC8, then the first stable version before the end of the year. Here is what is new since the last news update:

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.

New logger plugin in SVN

    Hot on the heels of the filters plugin we have another new addition to add to our colleciton, the logger plugin. This plugin logs Hastymail activity. It's a pretty simple plugin but it does have quite a few options. Log messages can be saved with one of four different mechanisms: syslog, apache/php, a custom log file, or a database.

New Notices Plugin in SVN

    The other day a poster in the Forums asked if it was possible to play a sound file when a new message arrived. I thought this would be a fun plugin to put together and decided to give this a try. I just committed the initial version, called "notices", to SVN. The plugin allows users to play a sound file and/or to pop open a browser window notifying them of a new message. There is still more work to do and I have only tested with Firefox but it's shaping up pretty well. Here are some details:

Code Updates For January 14

   It has been a great start to the year for Hastymail2 development. Plugin work has been active and several fixes to the core code have gone into SVN since RC3 was released. The core changes are small fixes here and there, with the exception of a set of changes to handle certain kinds of folder hierarchies better. On the plugin side we have a new plulgin, "notices", which lets users setup sounds or a pop up window to be activated when new mail is detected. The other big plugin news is the calendar now has event support using Mysql or Postgres, including support for repeating events. I posted a snapshot at the Download page for anybody interested in testing out the latest. Read on for the full list of changes:

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.

New Message Filters Plugin in SVN

    Over the years one of the most requested features for Hastymail has been to filter messages from the INBOX to other folders based on a string being present in the message. I have always believed that filtering is best handled on the delivery of messages to a mailbox but there are situations in which server side filtering is just not an option. Since we now have a plugin API I thought this would be both a nice addition as well as a good work out for the plugin system. It took about 3 hours to put together and so far is functional but needs a few more features and some more testing. It will be included in the next RC release (which should be soon). Here is the README file for the plugin from SVN:

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