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This is the first service release to update the stable version 1.1. It contains some important bug fixes and improvements in error handling as well as a few new features and configuration options. See the full changelog here.

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We’re proud to announce the arrival of the next major version 1.1.0 of Roundcube webmail which is now available for download. With this milestone we introduce new features since version 1.0 as well as some clean-up with the 3rd party libraries:

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We just published a security update to the stable version 1.0. Beside a recently reported Cross-Site-Scripting vulnerability, this release also contains some bug fixes and improvements we found important for the long term support branch of Roundcube.

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Update 1.0.4 released

18 December 2014

We’re proud to announce the next service release to the stable version 1.0. It contains a security fix along with some bug fixes and improvements for the long term support branch of Roundcube. The most important ones are:

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We’re proud to announce that the beta release of the next major version 1.1 of Roundcube webmail is now available for download and testing. With this milestone we introduce a bunch of new features and some clean-up with the 3rd party libraries Roundcube uses:

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Update 1.0.3 released

29 September 2014

We’re proud to announce the next service release to the stable version 1.0. It contains some bug fixes and improvements we considered important for the long term support branch of Roundcube.

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