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We just published updates to all stable versions from 1.1.x onwards delivering fixes for a recently discovered file disclosure vulnerability in Roundcube Webmail.

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Update 1.3.2 released

31 October 2017

We proudly announce the second service release to update the stable version 1.3. It contains fixes to several bugs reported by our dear community members as well as translation updates synchronized from Transifex.

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Update 1.2.6 released

10 September 2017

This is a service and security update to the stable version 1.2. It contains some important bug fixes and improvements which we picked from the upstream branch.

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Update 1.3.1 released

04 September 2017

We just published the first service release to update the stable version 1.3 which is the result of some touching-up on the new features introduced with the 1.3.0 release. For example it brings back the double-click behavior to open messages which was reduced to the list-only view. Or because the switch to change the mail view layout was a bit hidden, we also added it to the preferences section.

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We proudly announce the stable version 1.3.0 of Roundcube Webmail which is now available for download. With this milestone we introduce new features since the 1.2 version:

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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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