Claws Mail 3.7.7 unleashed!!

19th November 2010 Claws Mail 3.7.7


Claws Mail is a GTK+ based, user-friendly, lightweight, and fast
email client.

New in this release:

* Enable building with GTK+ 2.22.

* A QuickSearch can now be run from the command line using the
--search command. See `claws-mail --help` for more information.

* Added a hidden option to set a margin in the text area of the
Compose window. 'show_compose_margin', defaults to FALSE.

* updated manual and man page

* Updated translations: Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Finnish, French,
German, Hungarian, Indonesian, Slovak, Spanish, and Ukrainian.

* Bug fixes:
o bug 1993, 'Cannot send mail when SSL certificate is expired
but certificate check is skipped'
o bug 2092, 'Changing NNTP account's SSL setting requires
o bug 2188, 'disable double-click quote collapsing'
o bug 2200, 'SSL is not working with POP3'
o bug 2205, 'PGPInline: segfault on malformed mails'
o bug 2208, 'LDAP encrypted passwords produce invalid XML'
o bug 2223, 'Compilation fails with GTK+ 2.21.3'
o bug 2224, 'in some cases, button to clean quick search has
no icon'
o bug 2232, 'freeze when using quick search'
o bug 2241, 'Empty trash on exit fails on scripted exit'
o bug 2245, 'base64 decoding fails with line breaks'
o bug 2247, 'nntp reply-to-all broken?'
o bug 2274, 'Colors not index correctly'
o bug 2276, 'Compile in maintainer mode fails on GTK+ 2.22'
o bug 2277, 'Segfault when loading inbox for the first time'
o bug 2293, 'filtering: simplify expression'
o bug 2294, 'addrindex.c: address index conversion always
o QuickSearch: Do not add rules with bad syntax to history
o Hide progressbar on statusbar when not needed
o Downgrade autoconf requirements to 2.59 to allow building
on oldest supported Linux distributions.
o Only try to build manuals if the necessary software is
o Fix multiple @ in generated message-ids, prohibited in RFC
o UMPCs: Fix truncated text in progressbar and statusbar

For further details of the numbered bugs listed above consult

See ChangeLog for full information regarding changes in this release.

Posted by Paul Mangan 2010-11-19

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