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This pre-release of version 0.2 comes up with a DOM-based HTML sanitization which removes malicious JavaScript code from HTML messages and fixes all known XSS vulnerabilities. And we also fixed more than 100 bugs.

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The first service update for RoundCube Webmail 0.1-stable is now available. It contains important bug fixes and updates of some incomplete localization files. We recommend to update all installations of 0.1-stable. Read the UPGRADING instructions to find out how to do this.

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After more than two years of development we finally released the first stable version of RoundCube Webmail. It’s not as feature rich as we’d like it to be but the released version is considered to run stable for a productive environment. Thanks to our users we fixed many bugs and added some nice new features. So go ahead and upgrade your installations now.

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The second release candidate has just been released. This new version comes up with a lot of improvements and fixed bugs. An HTML message composition is also included but disabled by default because it’s still experimental.

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RoundCube is going PHP 5

14 September 2007

In order to force hosters to upgrade to PHP 5 we also support the the GoPHP5 initiative. This means that new versions released after February 5, 2008 will drop support for PHP 4. See our support statement for more details: trac.roundcube.net/trac.cgi/wiki/GoingPHP5

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The free OOS magazine "o3" comes up with a complete guide on how to set up an enterprise email server using open source components - including RoundCube.

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