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Simple, modern, fast web-based mail client. This is an IMAP-only fork of RainLoop that mitigates a severe RainLoop vulnerability and adds several new features.

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Simple, modern & fast web-based email client





09 Mar 20

Last Updated

16 May 24

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Recent Commits

  • the-djmaze (14 May 24)

    Resolve #1580

  • the-djmaze (14 May 24)

    Resolve #1575

  • Maarten (13 May 24)

    Merge pull request #1578 from SergeyMosin/compact-composer-plugin-v1.0.4 Compact composer plugin v1.0.4

  • Maarten (13 May 24)

    Merge pull request #1573 from ner00/master Update Portuguese

  • the-djmaze (13 May 24)

    Bugfix SCRAM auth response #1575

  • Sergey Mosin (09 May 24)

    version bump

  • Sergey Mosin (09 May 24)

    fix caret in the root node and wrong field focused on compose dialog open

  • Sergey Mosin (09 May 24)

    update squire to v2.2.8

  • ner0 (02 May 24)

    Update Portuguese

  • the-djmaze (30 Apr 24)

    Bugfix Log RFC 2822 date parse error for #1554

  • the-djmaze (30 Apr 24)

    Log signal info for #1569

  • the-djmaze (29 Apr 24)

    Improved "remember me" cookie handling

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Log RFC 2822 date parse error for #1554

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Added "copy to" action in menu's for #1559

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Prevent mkdir() error #1565

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Fix GPG/PGP exec() return false handling

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Simple solution for #1562

  • Maarten (28 Apr 24)

    Merge pull request #1562 from sevmonster/patch-1 Properly escape path separator in `tar.php` file list regex

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Resolve #1561

  • the-djmaze (28 Apr 24)

    Bugfix: Undefined variable $sFilename

  • sev (26 Apr 24)

    properly escape path sep in tar file list regex

  • the-djmaze (24 Apr 24)


  • the-djmaze (24 Apr 24)

    Move OAuth2 to core

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Resolve #1557

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    password => passphrase

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Nextcloud don't use RainLoop login credentials

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Don't input password in command, ask in prompt #1552

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Rename application.ini `[labs]log_ajax_response_write_limit` to `[logs]json_response_write_limit`

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Rename application.ini `[labs]login_fault_delay` to `[login]fault_delay`

  • the-djmaze (23 Apr 24)

    Remove `date_from_headers` from application.ini and `internalTimestamp`

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  • Location Woerden, Utrecht, Netherlands (Kingdom of the), EU
  • ISP Tilaa B.V.
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