OpenChange MAPI Library 0.7 (PHASER) released
[0x1] MAPI Library 0.7 PHASER Release
[0x1b] New features
[0x1c] New MAPI Calls
[0x2] Download Links
A new release of the MAPI library is now available for download. The
PHASER nickname obviously makes reference to the Star Trek mythic
weapon, but we took care to adjust our phasers on "paralyze" mode. This
release is a major step in comparison to libmapi-0.6. We have
implemented many new MAPI calls, have brought significant improvements
to the openchange tools, introduced a new library and last but not least
worked on making openchange easier to install.... read more
This release fixes limitations from the previous release (0.2) and adds a set of new features. Sending email messages to external recipients is now possible. It can also fetch and create appointments, contacts, and tasks in their respective default folder. Experimental NEWMAIL notification support is also available. The openchangeclient command line messaging tool has been improved and exchange2mbox has been introduced. It provides a way to synchronize an Exchange mailbox with an mbox file, supports MIME types, and is able to reflect changes back to Exchange.
This is the first alpha version of the OpenChange MAPI library implementation under Unix/Linux platforms. The library runs against Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003. It provides a documented API and stand-alone programs able to administrate openchange mapi profiles; fetch emails; send emails with UTF8, inline HTML, or external HTML file; delete emails; send and fetch attachments; and set To, CC, and BCC recipients.
Release of the OpenChange Specifications.
This whitepaper describes the design and implementation of the OpenChange project.
PmatchS-0.1 has been released and is available for download.
It's an alpha version that may contain bugs, but offers an approach to the OpenReverse Pattern Maching research efforts.
The PmatchS documentation is also available on the OpenChange website: http://www.openchange.org/?page=pmatchs
The Pmatch module has been added on openchange repository and the associated whitepaper is available for download.