The Roundcube Project News

After many ups and downs with our Trac platform which hosted our wiki and the ticket system for years now, we finally migrated the data over to GitHub where we already host the git repositories. As of March 25th the trac.roundcube.net site will be shut down. Starting today, the site is in read-only mode meaning that user logins and ticket reporting have been disabled already.

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

We’re proud to announce that the beta release of the next major version 1.2 of Roundcube webmail is out now for download and testing. With this milestone we introduce new features primarily focusing on security and PGP encryption:

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

We just published updates to both stable versions 1.0 and 1.1 after fixing many minor bugs and adding some security improvements to the 1.1 release branch. Version 1.0.6 comes with cherry-picked fixes from the more recent version to ensure proper long term support especially in regards of security and compatibility.

Continue reading

Roundcube prouldy announces the crowd funding campaign to bring our vision of a better email experience to reality.

Continue reading

Want more?


Latest posts from the planet Roundcube blogs
  • Instant updates aka Push
    Roundcube’s user interface refreshes every now and then in a configured time interval. Can we have instant updates instead?
  • Markasjunk and Markasjunk2 plugins merged
    Very recently Roundcube’s built-in markasjunk plugin has been merged with the markasjunk2 plugin.
  • Password plugin improvements
    Thanks to work of Philip Weir (johndoh) Roundcube’s password plugin received a few new features.
  • Elastic: Improved mail composer
    It has been noticed in the early usability tests of the new Elastic skin that mail composing page is not very user friendly.
  • Managesieve `editheader` extension
    There’s a lot of sieve extensions, recently I added support for another one: editheader.
  • Elastic: HTML editor
    The last big part of the Roundcube user interface not yet ported to Elastic was the HTML editor.