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The just released version 0.8-beta introduces the all new user interface design of Roundcube. The new skin codename “Larry” isn’t enabled by default but you can easily enable and test the new look by setting $rcmail_config['skin'] = 'larry'; in your local config/main.inc.php file.

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Starting with the upcoming version 0.8, Roundcube will be licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) Version 3 or later (with exceptions for skins & plugins) while it was licensed under GPL (v2) before that change.

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Update 0.7.1 is out

09 January 2012

We’re happy to announce another release of the Roundcube webmail suite. This service update brings some bug fixes and translation updates to the 0.7 stable release. See the CHANGELOG file for details.

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After another round of bugfixing we’re happy to announce the stable release of Roundcube webmail version 0.7. Beside fixing bugs we added some security improvements which will protect the Roundcube users from XSS and clickjacking attacks.

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The development team is proud to announce the next beta release with new features, fixes and improvements under the hood. We re-implemented the entire message caching to make mail reading even faster than before. The message list now supports priority headers and the integrated spell checker has gained some options and personal dictionaries. Last but not least one can now save searches in the address book. And of course lots of bug fixes and small improvements are included to increase the fun working with Roundcube.

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The next major release has finally reached stable state and is now available for download. The most important improvement since the 0.5 line is certainly the full-featured address book which now provides a smart interface to manage rich contact information including photos. A brief description of all new features was posted here: lists.roundcube.net/mail-archive/announce/2011-08/0000002.html

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