I haven’t posted on here in a long time, mainly because development of Mailman has fallen behind.
However, a new venture that I co-founded will be picking up development of Mailman and should be released early next year.
We will post on here when we get more details about this. Sorry for the delay!
Its been a while since my last post on here, so I thought I’d let you all know whats going on with Mailman.
Development of 0.5 Beta is going nicely, we hope to intergrate aSync IMAP and SMTP on or before Friday 24th June. When they are intergrated a few more features will be added, then we can release the beta shortly after then (read: hopefully on sunday).
If all goes well with the beta then we should be able to release Mailman 1.0 soon after. The end date for this is just before Christmas this year (2011). We should be set to meet that deadline unless we hit a serious wall concerning development.
I will continue to update this tumblr with screenshots and code snippets just to tease you :)
This is a roundup of all the new features in build 0.2.28
We thought you might like to know a bit about Mailman and where it came from, so we’ve added an about box so you can find out.
You can now change your Gmail account details, SMTP and IMAP ports and whether you want minimal or full view in a settings window which is accessable through the Main Window.
When sending emails you can now add and send multiple attachments with them. This feature is still in development however, we are just adding the finishing touches to it.
That concludes this roundup, more coming when we add more new features!
Mailman is designed in WPF 4 and coded in C# (.net).
In the future I will put more posts on here showing how I achieved some of the WPF effects and features of Mailman, giving the code out to anyone who wants to use it in their own projects.
Hopefully I will find the time to post code and features on here thoughout the development process for Mailman Beta, and then the full 1.0 version.