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StickyMail update

 11:00 am on Dec 3, 2000 (gmt 0)

Fixed a couple of bugs in StickyMail that led to an updating of a few more screens and options.
- fixed the autopurge of old messages from outbox and trashcan folders (set the option from the options menu while in your StickyMail).
- updated the CC (carbon copy) so that it retains the destination CC, from, and to users. (older messages that were CC'd will not use this feature - only newly created messages from now onward).
- updated the message display.
- updated the version number to 1.09 from 1.040

Please let me know if you see any problem behavior (aka: bugs).



 12:33 pm on Dec 4, 2000 (gmt 0)

A minor fix: from/to names were not properly retained in the Outbox folder. Some older messages may show your username in the "from" field when displaying folders (couldn't be helped because the mailbox format had to change) - it should properly show those older messages when you actually view the message.

While I was at it, I put in encryption routines so that email box files are now encrypted on disk. Not top level encryption, but not bottom either. Additionally, all email boxes are zipped up and password protected at 1am central US (gmt -6) time. This should alleviate any fears on security.

I continue to work on this feature because it has become so popular. Last week the StickyMail counter went over 3000 unique messages exchanged between 150 users. That's popular imho.

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