Roundcube Project News - Updates

28 April 2017

Security updates 1.2.5, 1.1.9 and 1.0.11 released

We just published updates to all stable versions 1.x delivering important bug fixes and improvements which we picked from the upstream branch.

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06 April 2017

Update 1.0.10 released

We just published a security update to the LTS version 1.0. It contains some important bug fixes and security improvements backported from the master version.

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10 March 2017

Updates 1.2.4 and 1.1.8 released

We just published another update to the both stable versions 1.2 and 1.1 delivering important bug fixes and improvements which we picked from the upstream branch.

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28 November 2016

Updates 1.2.3 and 1.1.7 released

We just published another update to the both stable versions 1.2 and 1.1 delivering important bug fixes and improvements which we picked from the upstream branch.

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28 September 2016

Updates 1.2.2 and 1.1.6 published

We just published updates to both stable versions 1.2 and 1.1 delivering important bug fixes and and again more improvements of the Enigma plugin introduced in version 1.2. Version 1.1.6 comes with cherry-picked fixes from the more recent version and improvements in contacts searching as well as a few localization fixes.

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05 August 2016

Plugin repository pimped up

The Roundcube Plugin Repository which currently hosts over 100 plugins for Roundcube Webmail as recently been freshen up with new versions of Composer, Packagist and Solr and is now running with PHP7 on a brand new server kindly sponsored by XS4All. The new site also has Grade A SSL support to guarantee authenticity.

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26 July 2016

Update 1.2.1 released

We just published the first service release to update the stable version 1.2. It contains some important bug fixes and improvements in the recently introduced Enigma plugin for PGP encryption. See the detailed changelog in here.

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20 April 2016

Updates 1.1.5 and 1.0.9 published

We just published updates to both stable versions 1.0 and 1.1 delivering important bug fixes and helps protecting Roundcube against more XSS and CSRF attacks. Version 1.1.5 also has two new plugin hooks integrated and version 1.0.9 comes with cherry-picked fixes from the more recent version to ensure proper long term support.

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26 December 2015

Updates 1.1.4 and 1.0.8 released

We just published updates to both stable versions 1.0 and 1.1 delivering important bug fixes one of which seals a potential path traversal vulnerability reported by High-Tech Bridge Security Research Lab.

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14 September 2015

Updates 1.1.3 and 1.0.7 released

We just published updates to both stable versions 1.0 and 1.1 after fixing many minor bugs and ensuring compatibility with upstream versions of 3rd party libraries used in Roundcube. Version 1.0.7 comes with cherry-picked fixes from the more recent version to ensure proper long term support.

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Latest posts from the planet Roundcube blogs

20 April 2017

Recipient input widget

It is more user friendly and usable especially on mobile to handle recipient addresses as boxes.  read more

27 December 2016

Sieve raw editor

Thanks to great CodeMirror editor and its built-in syntax highlighter we now have a nice editor widget for Sieve scripts.  read more

16 December 2016

Sending contacts as vCards

There’s a lot about vCards in Roundcube. No surprise, this is simple and established open standard.  read more

11 December 2016

vCard in QR code

Another small feature that will be available in Roundcube 1.3.  read more

02 December 2016

Contact identicons

Identicons (avatars, sigils) are meant to give a recognizable image that identifies specified entity  read more

10 October 2016

"Mark all as read" option

It was already possible to mark selected messages as read, but it required a few clicks.  read more

17 September 2016

Widescreen layout aka three column view

Most of modern mail clients already use three column layout and so does Roundcube now  read more