September 12th 2013 : Bug fixes - posted by dean
Had a few bug reports come through github as well as through the website. I have fixed a few as well as working on a few more. I have found out that the gpg functionality has been broken for some time... I'm working that out as I type this. New release coming soon,
April 26th 2013 : Latest Releases - posted by Dean
Yeah, I've been slack. I've been doing other projects as well as lots of personal things. My wife and I are going through an adoption currently and I've picked up whitewater kayaking as a hobby as well as learning to play the guitar. So, I've spent a lot of my free time doing these things.
However, if you would like the latest releases including bug fixes, please checkout the source from GitHub. There are instructions on how to get the content and compile it on that page.
Pretty much, all you need to do is this:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/deanproxy/eMail.git
October 31st 2010 : New Version! - posted by Dean
Version 3.1.3 has been released. It has some minor bug fixes that have been introduced in the repository over the last few months. Keep in mind that the repository over at GitHub has the latest fixes and it is open for anyone to commit changes to. So, if you have a patch or something, fix it up and throw it in the repo at Github!
September 20th 2010 : Now on github.com - posted by Dean
Today eMail was moved to github.com. You can find the project here.
I am hoping that this will open some collaboration and since it is read/write, allow the open source community to make the project better.
So, start writing some code for it already!
November 1st 2009 : Groovy? - posted by Dean
So, I was considering ruby fir the porting language, but after a recommendation, I'm now thinking of going with Groovy. This all depends, however. I want good IDE support for it and while I was granted an open source license for a great ruby/rails IDE called RubyMine, their groovy support is in their larger IDE and I'm not sure if I qualify for it. However, I'm applying and we will see. As for using Eclipse, well, have you looked at the support fir groovy? Terrible.
So, I am submitting the application and we will see... Groovy it may be...