PEGASUS MAIL FOR WINDOWS
VERSION 4.10

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25-Jan-2003:   The following items are changed/fixed during the beta's 6 - 8:
  • There are new versions of HTS32.DLL and TER32.DLL, with improved html display and less crashes.
  • The Internet Setup Wizard now works correctly. It has been revised (via the addition of "skip" buttons) to be an easy way to add a new definition for users who only want default settings.
  • The classic mode folder browser has been totally reworked: it now incorporates the more modern IMBROWSE control used in preview mode, which means that you can use group views.
  • You can now turn tcp/ip session logging on and off using a simple control on the "General" page of the "Internet options" dialog.
  • When forwarding a message you can now specify what kind of headers (tiny, full or no) are included in the forwarded message. This fixes the problem where no headers are added when forwarding a pure html message.
  • A 'selective mail download' using an identity with no pop definitions will no longer crash the program.
  • Content Control: Two new operators have been added - "HAS" and "HASALL". The parameter to each of these operators is a quoted list of words, separated by spaces or commas. You can also include phrases in the word list by enclosing them in SINGLE quotes (like this - 'search for this phrase'). The "HAS" operator will trigger if the message contains any of the words or phrases in the list, while the "HASALL" operator will only trigger if ALL the words and phrases in the list appear in the message (in any order).
  • The "Add header" action now adds graphical headers to the message if you use the default state (i.e, if you leave the parameter field blank). The field is still called X-UC-Weight, but it can now look like any of the following:
    X-UC-Weight: [* ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [** ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [*** ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [****] (Blacklisted) xx

    X-UC-Weight: [# ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [## ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [### ] xx
    X-UC-Weight: [####] (Whitelisted) xx
    The first group indicates that a message has failed testing with a positive score: one star means that its score exceeded the trigger weight for the set; two stars means that its weight was more than twice the trigger weight for the set; three stars means that its weight was more than three times the trigger weight, while four stars and the presence of the word "(Blacklisted)" indicates that the score for the item was greater than 9990 (i.e, it appeared in a blacklist).
    The second group indicates that a message has passed through testing with a *negative score*. One hash means that its score was between -1 and -(the trigger weight), two hashes means that its score was between -2 and -3 times the trigger weight and so on. "(Whitelisted)" messages have a score lower than -9990.
    In all cases, the "xx" at the end of the header is the actual score for the message.
  • The content control code now performs address reduction on addresses when doing blacklist and whitelist tests: this means that the following two addresses will now match when using the new code:
    "Foobar" (Death to Lleyton)
    dean@dingo.com "Hah! Lleyton's GONE!"
  • The content control definition editor now has an option to check at most a certain number of bytes from each message.
  • The content control definition editor now has buttons to select from your existing DLists as well as the "Edit" controls that were there before.
  • The global folder search code has been reworked: you can now specify an age range for the messages to search, and can specify that only messages with a colour set should be searched. You can also specify that a message should only match if all the search terms are found. Using date ranges can dramatically increase the speed of searching.
  • This version fixes the problem with digests causing crashes when you open messages using a double-click.
  • You can now control the state of preview in the "Message reader" preferences page.
  • The reply-to field is no longer truncated after 43 characters


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