Portable Sylpheed 3.7.0 freeware
Sylpheed is a very easy to use e-mail client that is lightweight but providing plenty of features to its users. It supports various protocols such as POP3, IMAP4rev1, and NNTP. SSL is also supported.
|OS||Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||e-mail client, mail control, POP3 client, e-mail, client, checker|
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|3.7.0||Jan 31, 2018||New Release||The function to export the address book to CSV files was added.
'Nick Name' column was added to the address book.
Context menu was added to the search result of the query search dialog.
When attaching UTF-16 text files, they are automatically converted into UTF-8 now.
Show original From on the summary view if the display-name seems to be an e-mail address.
The bug that wrong reply target could be selected when the summary was sorted by the unread flag (#286).
Win32: the bug that Japanese characters were overlapped on printings with some font settings was fixed.
Win32: the bug that empty lines were not properly spaced on printings with some font settings was fixed.
Win32: OpenSSL was updated to 1.0.2n.
|3.5 RC||Dec 2, 2015||New Release||A fix for ARM architecture was made.
Some bugfixes and stability improvements were made.
Win32: more fix for the crash when linked with newer MSVCRT was made.
Win32: irresponsive text entries on the first display of the filter edit dialog were fixed.
|3.5 Beta 2||Dec 1, 2014||New Release||In this release, high DPI was supported. Some issues in 3.5.0beta1 were also fixed.
Windows / widgets are now adjusted to their optimal sizes by reference to system DPI value.
The option to specify startup online mode was added.
The bug that wrote the first part of data if the message body in the IMAP4 responses didn't end with CR+LF was fixed (#84).