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Beitrag von gesders » 06.05.09, 14:19

@gullvar

ja klar doch
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Beitrag von Gullvar » 07.05.09, 7:01

http://www.schmidtedv.de/forum/files/popcorn_439.zip

Büddesehr...wie gesagt, ich hab nur meine alte Übersetzung übernommen, ist immernoch was übrig aber da hatte ich bisher noch keine Zeit für.

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Beitrag von gesders » 07.05.09, 12:02

danke
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Beitrag von zorro72 » 07.05.09, 17:38

:blink: der wird ja immer noch nicht weiterentwickelt!

:haha: Version 1.90 - changelog auf der Seite
http://www.ultrafunk.com/products/popcorn/

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Beitrag von rothom » 19.05.09, 8:09

Version 1.92 ist aktuell :D

Changelog:

What's new in this release (1.92 - 18-May-2009)?
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Bug-fixes:

* Saving attachments after fully downloading a mail item from the server did
not work properly in some instances, this has now been fixed.

* An edit box in the Setting tab in the Account Profiles editor was sometimes
disabled erroneously, this has now been fixed.

Other changes:

* When saving attachments and no named attachments are found in a format
supported by Popcorn, an info dialog is now shown. This will happen when
mail is tagged as "multipart/mixed" without actually containing any
attached files and in some other rare cases where the MIME type is
ambiguous.

* Cleaned up and reorganized the layout of the Settings tab (Mail Download
section) in the Account Profiles editor.

* When using Shift + H or R-click -> "View Selection as HTML" in the mail
view, an error dialog is now displayed if Popcorn for some reason is unable
to perform this action.

* Cleaned up some of the attachment download code.

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Beitrag von gesders » 19.05.09, 9:15

ich liebe zombies !
After a century of studying schizophrenia, the cause of the disorder remains unknown.

Thomas R. Insel

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Beitrag von rothom » 04.06.09, 14:46

Version 1.93 ist wohl ein neues Zombie-Release ;-)


What's new in this release (1.93 - 03-June-2009)?
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Bug-fixes:

* Fixed a bug in the new MIME message decoder that caused Popcorn to crash
when downloading a mail without any body.

* Fixed a bug in the mail edior that caused Popcorn to crash when redirecting
a mail without any body.

* When redirecting a mail it is now properly saved after it is sent.

Other changes:

* When redirecting a mail, most menu items in the "File" menu is now correctly
disabled.

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Beitrag von rothom » 25.06.09, 14:48

Neue URL:

http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/

Neue Version: 1.94

C/L:
What's new in this release (1.94 - 23-June-2009)?
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Other changes:

* The "Help" -> "Popcorn Homepage" menu item now opens your default browser and
navigates to the new Popcorn homepage URL: http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/.
Gruß
rothom

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Beitrag von zorro72 » 08.07.09, 9:15

:!: Die momentan aktuelle OpenSSL-Version 0.9.8k funktioniert NICHT mit Popcorn (oder umgekehrt)!!
Die letzte funktionierende SSL-Version ist 0.9.8g. Hat mich gestern fast wahnsinnig gemacht #-o

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Popcorn 1.95 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von rothom » 31.08.09, 21:42

Aktuell ist Version 1.95

C/L:
New features:

* Header fields encoded with the ISO-8859-15 (Latin-9) charset are now
detected and decoded.
D/L:

http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/popcorn_195.zip

Gruß
rothom

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Re: Popcorn 1.97 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von rothom » 31.05.12, 16:01

Aktuell ist Version 1.97

CL:
What's new in this release (1.97 - 31-May-2012)?
------------------------------------------------
New features:

* The Windows Vista and Windows 7 Aero user interface skin and enhancements
including updated UI fonts, controls and more are now used by default. This
will probably make it incompatible with older versions of Windows, but this
has not been tested.

* Automatically opens an explorer window after decoding mail attachments showing
the saved files + hightlighting/selecting the last one.

Other changes:

* Slimmed down the popcorn executable file (from 308KB to 295KB) by removing
legacy code and options that were no longer needed / used.

* Removed the Popcorn User Guide ("popcorn.chm") file from the download archive
because it has not been updated since release 1.76, August 2006. The user guide
can still be downloaded from: http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/popcorn_195.zip
D/L:

http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/

Gruß,
rothom
Never talk to idiots. First they drag you down to their level, then they beat you with their experience.

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Re: Popcorn 1.97 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von gesders » 31.05.12, 19:20

* The Windows Vista and Windows 7 Aero user interface skin and enhancements
including updated UI fonts, controls and more are now used by default. This
will probably make it incompatible with older versions of Windows, but this
has not been tested.
bei mir funzt´s auf xp, die schriften sind anders, schoener ?

danke
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Thomas R. Insel

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Re: Popcorn 1.97 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von Wilhelm » 01.06.12, 15:46

Der Text hat sich anscheinend geändert, jetzt heißt es:
"* The Windows Vista and Windows 7 Aero user interface skin and enhancements
including updated UI fonts, controls and more are now used by default. This
does not make it incompatible with Windows XP, but it requires the "Segoe UI"
and "Consolas" fonts to be present for all the GUI elements to display
correctly."
Wahrscheinlich sind sie inzwischen auch auf das draufgekommen, was gesders geschrieben hat...
Grüße
Wilhelm

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Re: Popcorn 1.97 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von Rainer Zufall » 07.06.12, 13:09

The Popcorn e-mail client is no longer actively developed, updated or supported by ultrafunk in any way.
An unlimited freeware release of the latest version of the Popcorn e-mail client can be downloaded here:
Gruss
Rainer

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Re: Popcorn 1.98 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von rothom » 20.06.12, 16:04

Aktuell ist Version 1.98

CL:
What's new in this release (1.98 - 12-June-2012)?
-------------------------------------------------
New features:

* The Windows Vista and Windows 7 Aero user interface skin and enhancements
including updated UI fonts, controls and more are now used by default. This
does not make Popcorn incompatible with Windows XP, but it requires the
"Segoe UI" and "Consolas" fonts to be present for all the GUI elements to
display correctly.

* The Inbox and Mail view has become a lot more responsive during mail download
because a number of UI thread blocking issues have been resolved. This means that
you can now select and view mail while they are being downloaded from the server,
and you can also Reply, Reply to All, Forward, Redirect, Save, Print and more
while the transfer is in progress. Mail in the inbox can now also be selected
when the All Email Accounts view is being updated.

* An explorer window is now automatically opened after mail attachments have
been downloaded and decoded, showing the saved files + hightlighting/selecting
the first one.

* Added a new combo box to the main window toolbar that allows quick entry or
selection of the number of latest mail to download from a server.

* Changing the selected account / switching inbox using the "Ctrl + 1 - 9, 0" keys
are now automatically forwarded to the main window from the All Email Accounts
view, enabling the keyboard shortcuts to work when it has focus.

* Added a new setting ("Tools" -> "Settings...") named "AllProfilesWidth" that
controls the width (in pixels) of the docked All Email Accounts view. Changing
this setting will have no effect until Popcorn is restarted.

* EXPERIMENTAL: Popcorn can now automatically mark/check & color code mail in the
inbox if it finds a spesific string in the subject line, i.e. messages tagged
with a spam identifier by the mail server or a service like SpamAssassin. To
enable this feature, you have to manually add or edit some of the values in the
Popcorn settings file (popcorn.ini):
* [PopcornSettings] -> SPAMTextColor sets the text color for all mail marked as
SPAM in the inbox, e.g. (white text): SPAMTextColor=255,255,255
* [PopcornSettings] -> SPAMTextBGColor sets the text background color for all mail
marked as SPAM in the inbox, e.g. (red background): SPAMTextBGColor=200,0,0
* [Profile1...N] -> SPAMSubjectString must be set to the SPAM subject identifier
string for every email account you want this feature enabled for, e.g.:
SPAMSubjectString=[SPAM] or SPAMSubjectString=***SPAM***

Other changes:

* Reorganized and clarified most of the main window menu items.

* Reorganized and clarified most of the inbox and mail view context popup menu
items.

* Reorganized and clarified many of the the main window toolbar controls.

* Most of the main window menu item and toolbar control description text / tooltips
have been re-written and clarified.

* Many of the error messages and user dialog prompts have been re-written and
clarified.

* Account Profiles have been renamed to Email Accounts including the dialog used
to enter POP3 and SMTP server details etc.: "Tools" -> "Email Accounts...".

* Cleaned up and simplified the "Email Accounts" dialog "Settings" tab.

* The inbox Status column has been renamed to Downloaded, and it now indicates
if an email has been fully downloaded from the server (= All), or if it has
only received the top N lines (= Partial).

* Partially received mail can now be fully downloaded using the inbox context popup
menu item "Download Full Mail (Ctrl+D)". After a mail has been fully downloaded,
any missing lines of text will be available in the mail view, and all attachments
(if any are present) can be saved.

* The horizontal scrollbars in the mail view and mail editor have been removed,
and soft word wrapping to the window width has been permanently enabled.

* Slimmed down the Popcorn executable file (from 308KB to 287KB) by removing
legacy code and options that were no longer needed / used.

* Removed the Popcorn User Guide ("popcorn.chm") file from the download archive
because it has not been updated since release 1.76, August 2006. The user guide
can still be downloaded here: http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/popcorn_195.zip
D/L:
http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/

Gruß,
rothom
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Re: Popcorn 1.98 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von Wilhelm » 21.06.12, 7:19

Könnte man das strikte Verbot für Support-Anfragen in diesem ganz speziellen Fall nicht ein wenig (nur ein wenig!) aufweichen? Das ist ja eigentlich eine absurde Situation: ein Programm ist seit vielen Jahren scheinbar tot, wird offiziell nicht mehr entwickelt und trotzdem erscheinen immer wieder Updates und das Programm wird immer besser. Es gibt daher kein Supportforum, keine Kontaktadresse, gar nichts, wo man Supportfragen stellen könnte. Also z.B die primitive Frage, die sicher andere Benutzer sofort beantworten könnten, nämlich WO eigentlich die Mail landet, die man vollständig heruntergeladen hat, denn Die "Inbox" im Popcornverzeichnis ist immer leer... Aber wie gesagt, man kann diese Frage nirgends stellen!
Grüße
Wilhelm

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Re: Popcorn 1.98 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von Jean » 21.06.12, 11:51

... wir haben ja durchaus eine Support-Ecke, obwohl wir fast alles dafür tun, sie nicht bekannt werden zu lassen ...
Ich halte allerdings nicht so viel davon, das EFB nun zum inoffiziellen Support-Board diverser Pseudo-Abandon-Ware-
Tools zu machen. Schreib deine Frage doch ins Request-Forum, und wenn Don Gordon mal einen mütterlichen Tag
hat, wird er bestimmt nicht meckern ... und du bekommst vielleicht eine Antwort.

Zur Frage selber: keine Ahnung - aber wenn du eines der Realtime-Dateisystemüberwachungstools hier verwendest,
sollte das eigentlich einfach rauszufinden sein (Suchbegriff filemon, dirmon, folderchange, installations-überwachung etc.).

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Re: Popcorn 1.98 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von BSA » 21.06.12, 18:21

hi, so wie ich das bisher verstanden und mitbekommen habe verbleibt die alleine im RAM, denk ich.
Schließt man popcorn sind alle heruntergeladenen Emails "weg".
Man kann sie ja neu laden.
Kannst ja einstellen, ob 10 oder mehr geladen werden sollen.
Ich seh gerade: Unter >Tools kannst Du mit Programm Settings/info den RAM verbrauch der Inbox einsehen.

Man muß sie entweder alle einzeln mit STRG+ S speichern (neuerdings sogar .eml-Format) oder sie auf dem Server belassen und jedes Mal neu herunterladen.

Das ist natürlich bei Anbietern wie GMX oder web.de etwas schwierig.
Bei GMX darf man nur 3 Zugriffe je 15 min und bei web.de sogar nur 1/15 min. machen.

da muß mann dann runterladen, kann markieren und nach ner viertel Stunde dann DELETE drücken.
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Re: Popcorn 1.98 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von Wilhelm » 22.06.12, 16:41

@BSA
Danke! Hast mich auf die richtige Spur gebracht. Mail bleibt im (Arbeits-)Speicher.
Allerdings gibts da einen Switch in den Settings namens InBoxMemoryCache und wenn man den "enabled", dann sollten die Mails auch auf der Festplatte landen. Sagt die Hilfedatei. Tun sie aber nicht. Bzw. sie landen vielleicht irgendwo, aber nicht in der Inbox, welche das Programm selbst angelegt hat. Sehr undurchsichtig. Werde einmal Jeans Tipp befolgen und einen Filemonitor konsultieren.
Danke nochmals und vor allem auch Danke an die nachsichtigen Moderatoren!
Grüße
Wilhelm

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Re: Popcorn 1.99 - Standalone Email Client

Beitrag von rothom » 24.06.12, 20:01

Aktuell ist Version 1.99

CL:
What's new in this release (1.99 - 23-June-2012)?
-------------------------------------------------
New features:

* Popcorn now always tries to create its temporary files directory in the location
that the executable was started from first, if that fails, it uses the Windows
default temp directory instead. The (hidden) temp folder created on startup and
all the files it contains will be deleted when the application is closed. The
path to the current temp files directory is shown in the "Tools" -> "Program/
Settings Info" message box. Popcorn only creates temporary files when loading
mail drafts with attachments and when viewing a selection as HTML, so nothing
is lost when it is removed.

* A new checkbox labeled "Reply and Forward message separator" has been added
to the "Tools" -> "Email Accounts..." dialog "Settings" tab. It enables you to
toggle (on/off) the insertion of a message separator line containing "Original
Message" or "Forwarded Message" when replying to or forwarding mail.

* Added a new mail editor "Edit" -> "Web Search Selection (F8)" menu item that
searches the web using the currently selected word or text in the mail body with
the default browser. The SearchURL setting contains the address used for the
search query, the default value is: "http://google.com/search?q=". The selected
word or text is just appended to the end of the specified URL string, formatting
characters like "%s" are not supported to avoid potential buffer overflow errors/
crashes.

* The HTML to plain text converter now translates the following Unicode entities
into suitable 8 bit charset replacements: ” -> '"', “ -> '"',
’ -> "'" and – -> '-'.

* Added "Ctrl + W" keyboard shortcut to save attachments.

* Added "Ctrl + I" keyboard shortcut to display the "Tools" -> "Program/Settings
Info" message box.

* Added "Alt + A" keyboard shortcut to open the "File Attachments..." dialog in
the mail editor .

Bug-fixes:

* Some of the UI thread blocking issues resolved in release 1.98 could lead to
situations where Popcorn would hang and/or the UI became unresponsive, hopefully
this has been fixed and it should no longer happen...

* Fixed a bug introduced in release 1.98 that could cause Popcorn to crash if the
currently selected account was deleted.

* The HTML to plain text converter could in rare cases cut off the last character
of the mail body, this has now been fixed.

* Popcorn automatically scrolls to the bottom/end of the inbox list to show the
latest/new mail when downloading from the server is finished again, but it does
not activate the last item if one is already selected.

* The inbox memory cache was not cleared if the selected inbox contained one mail,
the active account/inbox was changed and then changed back, and the mail was
deleted.

* The Mail Editor now has its own taskbar icon, this is to prevent it from losing
focus while it's open when switching between applications using Alt + Tab under
Windows Vista & 7.

* The SMTP send buffer size was 2048 bytes for some unknown reason, it should have
been the same as the POP receive buffer size (15KB), this has now been corrected,
and as a result, mail send speeds are now potentially much higher, 200 - 250% in
some cases.

* Added more resilient charset detection in the MIME type parser because some UTF-8
encoded mail content was not decoded properly.

Other changes:

* The menu item "Tools" -> "Register mailto..." and all it's related functionality
that handled the 'mailto:' protocol has been removed. The existing code did not
work at all on Windows Vista and 7, and it left traces of Popcorn in the registry
that had to be manually removed. Although this feature was usable on XP, it would
have required a lot more registry entries and version dependent code to make it
fully functional on Vista and 7, which does match the goal of making Popcorn even
more portable friendly.

* It is no longer possible to run Popcorn with a settings file specified on the
command line, it always loads popcorn.ini from its startup location. The command
line parser was removed entirely as a result of deleting the 'mailto:' handling
code.

* The mail editor "Edit" -> "Online Spell Check (F7)" menu item has been renamed
to "Web Spell Check Word (F7)", the functionality remains the same, but the
SpellCheckURL setting is no longer formatted using "%s", the selected word is
just appended to the end of the specified URL string, this was done do avoid
potential buffer overflow errors/crashes. The setting probably has to be
updated manually ("Tools" -> "Settings...") for this to work properly again by
removing the "%s" part of the URL string.

* The "Tools" -> "Email Accounts..." dialog "Settings" tab "Include header:" +
"None/Brief/Full" selection combo box has been changed to a checkbox labeled
"Reply and Forward brief header". Because this value has been converted to a
boolean (TRUE or FALSE), it might lose its current setting when upgrading.

* Updated the Popcorn application icon, it now looks more uniform across all sizes:
16x16, 32x32 and 48x48, and they all have the same blue background color as the
about box.

* The new mail indicator tray icon now has increased contrast difference between
the two alternating states (bright and dim yellow).

* When redirecting a mail, the correct icon is now shown in the mail editor window
title bar.

* Renamed the Mail Editor "Mail" -> "Header Fields" menu item to "Recipient Fields".

* A few more error messages and user dialog prompts have been re-written and
clarified.

* Removed the main window "Help"- > "Contents and Index (F1)" menu item and all
contextual help in dialogs etc. because the existing user guide / help file is
very outdated and it will probably never be updated.

* The "Inbox" -> "Show Selected" keyboard shortcut has been changed from "*" (num
keypad multiply) to Backspace.
D/L:
http://www.ultrafunk.com/popcorn/

Gruß,
rothom
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