The user-friendly, lightweight, and fast email client Latest Release: 3.10.1 (News), on 9 June 2014

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9th June 2014                                       Claws Mail 3.10.1


Claws Mail is a GTK+ based, user-friendly, lightweight, and fast 
email client.

New in this release:

* Add an account preference to allow automatically accepting
  unknown and changed SSL certificates, if they're valid (that is,
  if the root CA is trusted by the distro).

* RFE 3196, 'When changing quicksearch Search Type, set focus to
	     search input box'

* PGP/Core plugin: Generate 2048 bit RSA keys.

* Major code cleanup.

* Extended claws-mail.desktop with Compose and Receive actions.

* Updated Bulgarian, Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Dutch, Esperanto,
  Finnish, French, German,Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Lithuanian,
  Slovak, Spanish, and Swedish translations.

* Bug fixes:
	o bug 2728, 'erroneous switching from one to three column
	o bug 2981, 'claws-mail-3.9.3 compilation warnings'
	o bug 3170, 'QuickSearch fights with View/Hide read threads
		     menu option'
	o bug 3179, 'Win32: Please add 'gtk-auto-mnemonics = 1' to
		     GTK+ setting'
	o bug 3201, 'Fix memory corruption in sc_html_read_line()'
	o Debian bug 730050, 'vcalendar plugin crash'
	o Fix GCond use with newer Glib
	o Fix the race fix, now preventing the compose window to be
	o Fix "File (null) doesn't exist" error dialog, when
	  attaching a non-existing file via --attach
	o Fix spacing in Folderview if the font is far from the
	  system font
	o RSSyl: When parsing RSS 2.0, ignore  tags with a
	  namespace prefix.
	o RSSyl: Check for existence of xmlNode namespace, to prevent
	  NULL pointer crashes.

For further details of the numbered bugs and RFEs listed above

See ChangeLog for full information regarding changes in this release.


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