The Roundcube Project News

07 April 2014

Roundcube Webmail 1.0.0 released

We’re very proud to announce the stable version 1.0 of Roundcube Webmail. After more than 8 years since the project was published, we feel confident to name it one-dot-oh. From the last stable version we added to following new features:

30 January 2014

Release Candidate for version 1.0

We just published the feature-complete release candidate for the upcoming version 1.0. After adding some new features in 1.0-beta we further cleaned up the code, fixed some more bugs and prepared everything for the long awaited major release.

30 November 2013

Release 1.0-beta available for download

We’re proud to announce that the long awaited version 1.0 of Roundcube webmail is now available as beta release for download and testing. With this milestone we introduce some important changes to the configuration as well as some nice new features:

21 October 2013

Security updates 0.9.5 and 0.8.7

We just published new releases which fix a recently reported vulnerability that allows an attacker to overrwrite configuration settings using user preferences. This can result in random file access, manipulated SQL queries and even code execution. The latter one only affects versions 0.8.6 and older.

06 September 2013

Update 0.9.4 released

It wouldn’t be Roundcube if there wasn’t a minor glitch in our stable releases every now and then. It so happened again in the recent 0.9.3 release where an include_path check triggered some regex warnings on Windows systems. We apologize for this! But we’re trying hard to keep up and here’s a new release which fixes that nasty bug together with some other reported issues that we considered worth being ported to the 0.9 release series.

21 August 2013

Update 0.9.3 released

We proudly announce the third service release for the stable 0.9 series of Roundcube webmail. It fixes 25 more bugs including two recently reposted XSS vulnerabilities with HTML messages and signatures. Along with that, we also optimized the UI behavior for touch devices to make Roundcube work nice and smoothly on tablets running iOS or Android.


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