Change history for Pegasus Mail


2016-10-20 23:58:53
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the installer and [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/faq.php#extract]extract[/url] to a temporary folder [*]Copy the contents of [i]{tmp}[/i] to a folder of your choice [*]Launch and launch [i]winpm-32.exe[/i] [*]When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in "single-user " mode [*]When prompted, save emails in a relative directory instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard (eg. [i]mails mail[/i] rather than [i]z:\pegasus\mails[/i]) [/list]
  • Screenshot: Updated


2016-04-30 13:39:56
Updated by SYSTEM

  • Version: v4.71 72
  • Size (in bytes): 39852797 40400135
  • Release date: 2015 2016-01 04-16 21
  • What's new: [ Version 4.72 is a maintenance release for v4.71 containing the following changes: [list] [*]New Fixes PCONFIG [*]New a OpenSSL problem build [*]SSL introduced performance in fixes [*]Addressbook v4.71 fixes [*]Messages where stuck the in mail queue would not correctly update or send mail when the 'Send now' button was pressed (you had to close and reopen the queue fixed [*]New or draft manager window and send the messages a second time to make them go out). [*]Includes an updated version of Martin Ireland's MAPI interface, which will work correctly with current builds of IERenderer LibreOffice. [*]The and option BearHTML [*]Spellchecking to "Add changes [*]New to SpamHalter addressbook" when build [/ right-clicking an address in a message now works correctly. [*]A full German version of v4.72 has been released at the same time as the English version. [/list] Note: at the time of writing, one anti-virus service (Baidu) is reporting that the WinPMail v4.72 release archive contains malware: given that 55 other anti-virus services on VirusTotal report the archive as being clean, this is clearly a false positive and can be reliably ignored (to confirm this, we unpacked the files, repacked them, then signed the new archive with a different certificate, and the Baidu warning went away, indicating that the Baidu scanner is incorrectly detecting something based on our code signing certificate rather than anything in the actual archive itself).


2016-01-15 20:37:58
Updated by webfork

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the installer and [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/faq.php#extract]extract[/url] to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]winpm-32.exe[/i] [*]When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in single-user mode [*]Then tell the program to When prompted, save emails in a relative directory (eg. [i]MAILS[/i]) instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard (eg. [i]mails[/i] rather than [i]z:\pegasus\mails[/i]) [/list]
  • Screenshot: Updated
  • Keywords: pegsus
  • Similar/alternative apps: [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=1112]Sylpheed[/url], [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=133]Thunderbird[/url]


2016-01-15 16:34:04
Updated by Midas

  • Version: v4.70 71
  • System Requirement:
  • Forum topic ID: 0 6085
  • Release date: 0000 2015-00 01-00 16
  • What's new: [list] [*]OpenSSL support: Now uses the New industry-standard PCONFIG [*]New OpenSSL libraries to handle secure Internet connections. A major internal change, this should allow Pegasus Mail to connect to almost any build [*]SSL-secured server. [*]Completely performance new fixes [*]Addressbook multilingual fixes [*]Messages spelling checker: Now uses the "Hunspell" spelling checker used by OpenOffice, FireFox and other major systems. The new spelling checker supports multiple simultaneous languages stuck in the same queue check, and is supplied as standard with US and UK English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Czech dictionaries. Many other dictionaries are readily available, from sources such as the OpenOffice Extensions repository. [*]Completely new TCP/IP code: The routines Pegasus Mail uses to connect to the Internet have been totally rewritten, and should be faster and more reliable than ever before. It's fixed [*]New kind builds of sad, given how much effort this took, that most people probably won't even notice it. [*]Hyperlink overhaul: The way Pegasus Mail locates IERenderer and marks BearHTML [*]Spellchecking hyperlinks in plain-text messages has been completely overhauled. For properly-normalized links (that means, links enclosed in < and >) the program will now correctly find and mark them even if they span multiple lines in the message. [*]Updated and improved HTML rendering: More updates to the HTML rendering technology in the program, and you should now find the quality of HTML display even higher than in changes [*]New previous SpamHalter versions. [/ build [/list]


2014-08-05 16:50:27
Updated by Checker

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the installer and extract using [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=641 /faq.php#extract]Universal Extractor extract[/url] to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]winpm-32.exe[/i] [*]When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in single-user mode. [*]Then tell the program to save emails in a relative directory (eg. [i]MAILS[/i]) instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard. [/ [/list]


2014-04-02 17:02:32
Updated by Checker

  • What's new: [list] [*]OpenSSL support: Now uses the industry-standard OpenSSL libraries to handle secure Internet connections. A major internal change, this should allow Pegasus Mail to connect to almost any SSL-secured server. [*]Completely new multilingual spelling checker: Now uses the "Hunspell" spelling checker used by OpenOffice, FireFox and other major systems. The new spelling checker supports multiple simultaneous languages in the same check, and is supplied as standard with US and UK English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Czech dictionaries. Many other dictionaries are readily available, from sources such as the OpenOffice Extensions repository. [*]Completely new TCP/IP code: The routines Pegasus Mail uses to connect to the Internet have been totally rewritten, and should be faster and more reliable than ever before. It's kind of sad, given how much effort this took, that most people probably won't even notice it. [*]Hyperlink overhaul: The way Pegasus Mail locates and marks hyperlinks in plain-text messages has been completely overhauled. For properly-normalized links (that means, links enclosed in < and >) the program will now correctly find and mark them even if they span multiple lines in the message. [*]Updated and improved HTML rendering: More updates to the HTML rendering technology in the program, and you should now find the quality of HTML display even higher than in previous versions. [/list]


2014-04-02 16:58:21
Updated by Checker

  • Version: v4.41 70
  • System Requirement: Win95 Win98 WinME WinNT Vista Win7
  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the installer and extract using [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=641]Universal Extractor[/url] to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]winpm-32.exe[/i] [*]When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in single-user mode. Then tell the program to save emails in a relative directory (eg. [i]MAILS[/i]) instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard. [/list]
  • Size (in bytes): 14428096 39852797
  • Download URL: http://www.pmail.com/downloads downloads_s3_t.htm


2013-02-12 00:48:59
Updated by Andrew Lee

  • How to extract: [list=1] [*]Download the installer and extract using [url=http://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=641]Universal Extractor [/url] to a folder of your choice [*]Launch [i]winpm-32.exe [/i] [*]When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in single-user mode. Then tell the program to save emails in a relative directory (eg. . [i]MAILS) [/i]) instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard. . [/list]
  • Writes settings to: Application folder. It does create a number of registry entries during operation for the purpose of Windows DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange). You can read [i]WINPMDDE.TXT [/i] for more information.


2011-12-27 19:27:08
Updated by webfork

  • Version: V4 v4.41
  • System Requirement:
  • How to extract: Download the installer and extract using Universal Extractor to a folder of your choice. Launch the program by double-clicking on winpm-32.exe. When you run it for the first time, specify that you want to use it in single-user mode. Then tell the program to save emails in a relative directory (eg. MAILS) instead of a full path as suggested by the wizard.


2006-09-19 22:22:58
Added by admin