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We just published the feature-complete release candidate for the upcoming version 0.9. After adding some neat new features in 0.9-beta we now stabilized the code for the final release.

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Update 0.8.5 released

25 January 2013

Today we can announce another release of the Roundcube webmail package. This is a service update to the stable 0.8 version. It contains small bug fixes and improvements as well as fixes for a recently reported XSS vulnerability. See the CHANGELOG file for details.

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We’re proud to announce this beta release of the next major version 0.9. With this milestone we introduce some important changes under the hood as well as some nice and long-awaited features:

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I’d like to inform you that we now decided to switch from launchpad to Transifex to maintain the translations for Roundcube. You can find Roundcube on Transifex.com at https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/roundcube-webmail.

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Update 0.8.4 released

14 November 2012

We just published new packages for Roundcube webmail. This service update mainly fixes a nasty bug which sneaked into the last 0.8.3 release. In addition to that, we also packed some more fixes into this release, one of them a recently reported XSS vulnerability.

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Update 0.8.3 released

10 November 2012

Today we can announce another service release of the Roundcube webmail package. This update adds small bug fixes and improvements to the 0.8 stable series. It also fixes a possible, although unintended, DoS to the webserver running Roundcube. See the included CHANGELOG file for details.

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