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roundcubemail-0.7.3-dep.tar.gz 2012-08-16 2.2 MB 11 weekly downloads
README_0.7.3.txt 2012-08-16 1.1 kB 22 weekly downloads
NOTES ===== This is a service release to update the stable version 0.7.x. It fixes some recent bugs and improves stability. It's considered stable and we recommend to update all installations which are due to run the 0.7 series. CHANGELOG ========= - Fix quotation of message body when sending via SMTP - Added separate From and To columns apart from smart From/To column (#1486891) - Fix (workaround) delete operations with some versions of memcache (#1488592) - Fix wrong compose screen elements focus in IE9 (#1488541) - Fix redirect to mail/compose on re-login (#1488226) - Add IE8 hack for messages list issue (#1487821) - Fix handling errors on draft auto-save - Fix importing vCard photo with ENCODING param specified (#1488432) - Fix issue where draft auto-save wasn't executed after some inactivity time - Fix lack of warning when switching task in compose window (#1488399) - Fix bug where it wasn't possible to enter ( or & characters in autocomplete fields - Fix counting of messages search results (on refresh when search filter is in use)
Source: README_0.7.3.txt, updated 2012-08-16

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