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---------------------------------------------------- OVERVIEW ---------------------------------------------------- Telaen is a web-based e-mail client written in PHP. What is particularly nice about Telaen is that it is fast, lean and simple, but also extremely powerful. It does not require much more than a "standard" PHP installation, nor does it require a database. It supports multiple folders, POP3 and IMAP, is SPAM aware and incorporates a WYSIWYG editor for Email composition. It supports multiple languages as well as multiple themes (or "skins"). Telaen 1.3.x is compatible with PHP4 and PHP5. Starting with Telaen 2.x, support for PHP4 will be dropped. NEW WITH 1.3.0: o Support for PHPMailer 5.2.1. o Now includes an embedded appointment/event Calendar using the iCal format under the hood. o Ability to display a System-wide "news" banner via inc/news/news.system.php o Major speed improvements when handling the POP3 Inbox. Even though it's not recommended to store all your Email in the POP3 Inbox, lots of people do which slowed down Telaen. o No longer extracts vars willy-nilly from $_GET, $_POST, or $_FILES. o Moved all class.*.php files to ./inc/class/. and all config.* files to ./inc/config/. This means that upgrading may involve moving and/or deleting older stale versions of files.
Source: README.txt, updated 2012-01-16