Toby 0.5.1 ReleasedMay 31, 2004
This release is mainly to get the German translation included. The only other change is a bugfix for the formatting of HTML replies. Anyone using a version less than 0.5 is encouraged to upgrade to 0.5.1.
Toby 0.5 ReleasedMay 23, 2004
This release features one major improvement and one major feature addition: the improvement is that support has been added for multipart messages that contain multipart sections within a section (commonly generated by Outlook for forwarded messages); the feature is the addition of thread arcs and thread navigation for e-mail conversations. You can read more about thread arcs here: http://www.research.ibm.com/remail/threadarcs.html
Additionally, the WYSIWYG editor htmlArea that is used for composing HTML messages has been upgraded and included with this version of Toby.
Toby 0.4.2 ReleasedMay 18, 2004
Toby Web Mail 0.4.2 has been released. This release focuses on the installation and upgrading scripts, with emphasis on making Toby work with Windows servers. Also, a big fix was made to the email_message class to fix a problem where data from e-mails was being lost. It is recommended that users of any previous version upgrade to 0.4.2.
Toby 0.4.1 ReleasedMay 11, 2004
The 0.4.1 version of Toby Web Mail has been released. Most changes are interface improvements. See the release notes and changelog for more information.
Toby 0.4 ReleasedMay 5, 2004
Today marks the release of Toby Web Mail version 0.4. Included in this release is the new feature of language customization. Simply translate the words and phrases in the lang/en.php file into your choice of language, and then you can use Toby in your language! If you would like to help by translating, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. This release has only English and Spanish translations.
Another feature of this release is that the way that messages are written to the database has been rewritten. This means that Toby's ability to handle attachments and multipart messages has been greatly increased. Also, because all messages are parsed into a standards-compliant format before being saved, all of the display functions in Toby don't have to worry about non-standard messages.