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Eggert Ehmke <eggert.ehmke@berlin.de>
Allistar Melville <allistar@silvermoon.co.nz>
Oleg Ivanov <saruman@unigsm.com>
Ulrich Weigelt <ulrich.weigelt@gmx.de>

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Versions Changes
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May 6 2000: V0.1: initial release

May 7 2000: V0.2: minor improvements and bug fixes
implemented context menus
delete confirmation option

May 10 2000: V0.3: several bug fixes
redesign of the configuration menu
implemented multiple accounts
implemented timer automatic
improved error diagnostic

May 20 2000: V0.4 minor bug fixes
implemented connect via port 110
implemented show of complete messages

Jun 24 2000: V0.5 bug fixes
changed event handling to allow update of status line during transfer
store UIDL's / Message ID's in rc file to allow persistent detection of new mail
play sound if new mail
file dialog to select sound file
implemented scrambled password in rc file
command line parameter to select account
tool bar combobox to select account

Jun 29 2000 V0.5.1 Spanish translation provided by Edgardo Garc�
Help file updated in english, german and spanish
modified password scrambling algorithm

Jul 10 2000 V0.5.2 bug fixes
Implemented hide on startup
Implemented minimize/terminate if no new mail
Improved cache handling
Implemented configurable user commands
The application is started as unique instance

Aug 2 2000 V0.5.3 A new option to allow keeping of new mails as "new"
The size of mails is now recognized correctly
Implementation of the anti-spam complain command
Swedish language files

Oct 15 2000 V0.9 Delete key works now. A popup window can be shown
if new messages arrive. Config dialog updated.

Oct 19 2000 V0.9.1 Bugfix release due to segfault in 0.9

Oct 20 2000 V0.9.2 Automatic backup of config file
Swedish language files updated
French language files added
Mail size options added
Launch external programs on new mail

Dec 30 2001 V2.2.0 Final version for KDE 2.2.x.
Improved support of multiple accounts.
Implementation of pop3 kioslave
User interface adapted to KActions
Keyboard shortcuts finally work
Continuation at next account after errors
Persistent storage of headers in xml config file

Jan 02 2002 V2.2.1 Bugfix release
The option dialog is divided by tab bars to make it smaller
New stop button to interrupt transfer
Changed icon format to png

Jan 31 2002 V2.2.2 Bugfix release
The crash on kde shutdown has been fixed
Mail subjects are now RFC2047 decoded
The truncating of large messages works again

Feb 24 2002 V2.2.3 Bugfix release
Crash when complain command is assigned to new mail fixed
Added time information to status line
Added account size information
Request password when empty
Show only messages of active accounts
Store iconsize and icontext of toolbar
Show user and host in statusbar.
show countdown counter in statusbar

Apr 06 2002 V3.0.0 Migration to KDE3
Bug 535377 order by header fields fixed

Apr 25 2002 V3.0.1 Sort by message numbers fixed (multiple accounts)
New icons provided by Maic Szotek
Display and sort date in locale format
Hide taskbar button if minimized
Implement configurable pop3 timer
Animated traybar icon while fetching messages
Crash if no account assigned is fixed
Optimized sorting of new messages
Store sort column in config file
Crash and missing columns (542602) fixed
Improved tab order in dialogs
Beep if illegal user actions
Crash when disabling accounts (559122) fixed

May 30 2002 V3.0.2 Implemented user feedback
Bug 562903 (Wrong account activated if sorted backw) fixed

Jul 06 2002 V3.0.3 corrected compile errors in 3.0.2

Feb 22 2003 V3.0.4 corrected segfault when password, server url and account name are too long;
Finally set up the cvs account. (Hi, Allistar !);
Added the option for users to hide account or message columns in the main window;
Added french translation finally;
Added option to allow rich text formatting (simple html);
set tab focus to editdialog to allow keyboard navigation;
header information filtered in view complete mail;
fix of the locking problem when running commands;
security update: xml file has mode 0600 now.

Sep 05 2004 V3.0.5 Bugfix: crash when storing empty password

Dec 06 2003 V3.1.0 added confirm close box
Added the long awaited filters to fight the Swen worm
Implemented regular expressions as filter conditions
Added logfile to monitor deleted messages
Font now derived from KDE settings
Added reply option
Added save option
Added ungarian translation for GUI and Help
Fixed bug #853651

Jan 30 2004 V3.1.1
Added italian translation for gui and help
Disabled save actions if nothing changed
Added tooltip for traybar
Improved html, we use KTextBrowser now
Czech gui translation added

Jul 12 2005 V3.1.1
Works fine with KDE3.4
Fixed bug #860024
Added "Close to tray" and "Minimize to tray" settings
Fixed bug with crashes on (de)activation of accounts

Mar 31 2007 V3.1.2
BUGFIX: Crashed, when you click on an item of the account list

May 19 2007 V3.1.9.1 (3.2-pre1)
Revised all code for POP3 operations and moved it into the account
class. Now the refresh and delete operations of every account run
simultaneously and it doesn't crash at Quit anymore.

Dropped the menu item Clear and Forced Refresh because they are
dispensable now. The mail list is cleared at every refresh.

Removed the complain action.

The view of complete messages was improved. It decodes the quoted
printable encoding (like "=25" ). But it is not perfect yet.

The configure script is looking for the mimelib headers "mimepp.h"
and "datetime.h" now. If they are not installed, the user will be shown a
invitation to install the kdepim devel package.

Revised the makefile.am files to avoid some warnings

Replaced the admin folder

Jul 06 2007 V3.2.0
New setup dialog

A configurable tool bar

An easier code to build the GUI

The warnings that kshowmail couldn't connect to the server during refresh,
if there is no network connection available, can be disabled now.

You can use KWallet to store the passwords.

Jul 14 2007 V3.2.1
Fixed bug where if you configure 2 accounts, retrieve mail, and then deactivate
one of the accounts, it's number of messages still reflects in the tray icon.

Fixed sort of message number and size columns in message list to be numerical
rather than alpha.

Aug 04 2007 V3.2.9 (3.3-pre1)
Add support for SSL/TLS

Apr 20 2008 V3.3.0
Revised filter (dialog and worker)
* White- and Blacklist
* indefinite number of filters
* moving of mails into mailboxes
* ignoring of mails (e.g. for mailing lists)
Spam check with SpamAssassin (just basically)
Revised filter log



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This program is written by Eggert Ehmke, eggert.ehmke@berlin.de.
It is distributed under the GNU public license. See COPYING for details.
It is based on the command line tool showmail written by Manfred Haertel,
Manfred.Haertel@rz-online.de.

Kshowmail is a KDE tool to watch mails on a POP3 server.
Headers and complete mails can be viewed without loading them to the
local mail client. Unpleasant mail can be deleted from the server.
The list of displayed mails can be refreshed via configurable timers.
Filters can be assigned to mark known spam for deletion.
Multiple accounts are supported.
A sound can be played if new mail arrives.
A command menu allows user configurable commands like fetchmail or sendmail.
A special command can be defined to send complain mail against spam.

The modifications I provided are mainly Qt/KDE stuff to generate a nice
GUI interface. I am using the great development tool kDevelop V2.1.

If you find the tool useful, tell me about it. If you find any bugs or
want some additional features, just give me a hint. As time allows,
I will try to fix them. If you like to translate the language files,
I would be very happy.

With version 0.5 the passwords are stored as scrambled text in the kshowmailrc file.
This is no absolute protection, but at least the password cannot be read as
clear text anymore. If you have old rc files with stored passwords, you must reeenter
them.

With version 2.2.0 large parts of the configuration are stored in the kshowmail.xml file,
together with already loaded headers. The improves the speed of refresh a lot, as only
new headers are loaded again. However, this concept is again imcompatible with the old
rc file. You have to create your accounts again.

Installation: see the INSTALL file and check the following:
make sure the environment variables KDEDIR, QTDIR and PATH contain the correct values.
For SuSE these are:
KDEDIR=/opt/kde3
QTDIR=/usr/lib/qt3
PATH=$KDEDIR/bin:$QTDIR/bin:...
If not already installed, you need the kde network include files. Get the
kdenetwork-devel and kdepim-devel rpm packages or the source files.

Known bugs:
The connection to the pop3 server fails, if there is a null password.
Sound gets interrupted sometimes.

Fixed bugs:
the messages are sorted in a wrong sequence; fixed in 0.2
the optiondelete.xpm file is not installed via tgz; fixed in 0.2
some messages are not translated into other languages; fixed in 0.3
segfaults when working on empty config list; fixed in 0.3
on some servers the service is called pop-3. fixed in 0.4 by connect via port 110
the status line is only updated after transfer. fixed in 0.5 by changed event handling
during dialogs or message boxes conflicting timers fixed in 0.5
password scrambling algorithm problem fixed in 0.5.1
Endless loop if long messages are displayed fixed in 0.5.2
kshowmail locks if several messages are shown in sequence fixed in 0.5.2
Sometimes the toolbar/statusbar get lost fixed in 2.2.0
If the number of UIDL's in the cache exceedes 200, fixed in 2.2.0; no uidl cache anymore
old mail may be shown as new, if still on the server. we use xml file now
the uidl0 is not found in the cache, even if it exists
If the first account has no new messages, and the
second account can't get connection,
the list is not refreshed. fixed in 2.2.1
Crash when KDE shutdown fixed in 2.2.2
The sorting of messages by other columns (size)
does not work. (535377) fixed in 3.0.0
The sorting by message numbers does not work correctly fixed in 3.0.1
in case of multiple accounts
The AlertDialog::signalOk does not work. (514243) fixed in 3.0.1, was KDE2 bug
Crash if all messages of last account are deleted fixed in 3.0.1, never seen again
Missing header fields if transfer interrupted (542602) fixed in 3.0.1
Crash when disabling account (559122) fixed in 3.0.1
Wrong account activated if sorted backward (562903) fixed in 3.0.2

Acknowledgements:
Since I started the kshowmail development, I received lots of feedback and constructive
critics from all over the world. I appreciate this very much and want to say "thank you"
to all of you. In particular:

Manfred Haertel <Manfred.Haertel@rz-online.de> who wrote the original command line version.
Espen Sand <espen.sand@neo.no> who provided the timers and some keyboard shortcuts.
Nicolas Vignal <nicolas.vignal@fnac.net> who provided RPM's for RedHat,
and the french translation.
Serge Parmentier <gerapa@skynet.be>� who updated the french translation
Edgardo Garc�a <edyx@mindless.com> who provided the spanish translation
Stephan Giesler <giesler@gmx.net> who updated the spanish translation and
did some testing.
Mattias Newzella <newzella@swipnet.se> who provided the swedish translation
Aharon Schkolnik <aharon@health.gov.il>, who did a lot of testing and created a lot of
Matthias Doell <mail@MatthiasDoell.de>, ideas that are now part of kshowmail.
Thomas Watz <twatz@gmx.de>
Maic Szotek <webmaster@dragontower.de> who provided the nice new icons for the
3.x.x version.
Gustavo Zamorano S. <gzsuniq@cableonda.net> who suggested the "Reply" feature and tested
some scripts.
Sandor Laza <slaza@xs4all.nl> who provided the hungarian translation.
Gabriele Postorino <g.posto@tin.it> who provided the italian translation.
Robert Kratky <kratky@rob.cz> who provided the czech translation.

Have a lot of fun! ;-)

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Release Notes for Kshowmail

20 April 2008
Version 3.3.0
Revised filter (dialog and worker)
* White- and Blacklist
* indefinite number of filters
* moving of mails into mailboxes
* ignoring of mails (e.g. for mailing lists)
Spam check with SpamAssassin (just basically)
Revised filter log

04 August 2007
Version 3.2.9 (3.3-pre1)

Added support for SSL/TLS

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# This spec file was generated using Kpp
# If you find any problems with this spec file please report
# the error to ian geiser <geiseri@msoe.edu>
Summary:
Name: kshowmail
Version: 3.0.1-beta
Release: 0
Copyright: GPL
Vendor: Eggert Ehmke <eggert.ehmke@berlin.de>
Url: http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/kshowmail

Packager: Eggert Ehmke <eggert.ehmke@berlin.de>
Group: Mail
Source: kshowmail-3.0.1-beta.tar.gz
BuildRoot:

%description


%prep
%setup
CFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS" CXXFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS" ./configure \
\
$LOCALFLAGS
%build
# Setup for parallel builds
numprocs=`egrep -c ^cpu[0-9]+ /proc/stat || :`
if [ "$numprocs" = "0" ]; then
numprocs=1
fi

make -j$numprocs

%install
make install-strip DESTDIR=$RPM_BUILD_ROOT

cd $RPM_BUILD_ROOT
find . -type d | sed '1,2d;s,^\.,\%attr(-\,root\,root) \%dir ,' > $RPM_BUILD_DIR/file.list.kshowmail
find . -type f | sed 's,^\.,\%attr(-\,root\,root) ,' >> $RPM_BUILD_DIR/file.list.kshowmail
find . -type l | sed 's,^\.,\%attr(-\,root\,root) ,' >> $RPM_BUILD_DIR/file.list.kshowmail

%clean
rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_ROOT/*
rm -rf $RPM_BUILD_DIR/kshowmail
rm -rf ../file.list.kshowmail


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#!/bin/sh

RPM_SOURCE_DIR="/home/eggert/src/kshowmail//build-kshowmail/RPMROOT//SOURCES"
RPM_BUILD_DIR="/home/eggert/src/kshowmail//build-kshowmail/RPMROOT//BUILD"
RPM_OPT_FLAGS="-O2"
RPM_ARCH="i386"
RPM_OS="linux"
export RPM_SOURCE_DIR RPM_BUILD_DIR RPM_OPT_FLAGS RPM_ARCH RPM_OS
RPM_DOC_DIR="/usr/doc/packages"
export RPM_DOC_DIR
RPM_PACKAGE_NAME="kshowmail"
RPM_PACKAGE_VERSION="2.1.e"
RPM_PACKAGE_RELEASE="cd /home/eggert/src/kshowmail/build-kshowmail/RPMROOT/BUILD
rm -rf kshowmail-2.1.e
/bin/gzip -dc /home/eggert/src/kshowmail/build-kshowmail/RPMROOT/SOURCES/kshowmail-2.1.e.tar.gz | tar -xvvf -
STATUS=$?
if [ $STATUS -ne 0 ]; then
exit $STATUS
fi
cd kshowmail-2.1.e
[ `/usr/bin/id -u` = '0' ] && /bin/chown -Rhf root .
[ `/usr/bin/id -u` = '0' ] && /bin/chgrp -Rhf root .
/bin/chmod -Rf a+rX,g-w,o-w .
CFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS" CXXFLAGS="$RPM_OPT_FLAGS" ./configure \
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$LOCALFLAGS

exit 0

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macrofiles: /usr/lib/rpm/macros:/usr/lib/rpm/%{_target}/macros:/etc/rpm/macros:/etc/rpm/%{_target}/macros:~/.rpmmacros:/home/eggert/src/kshowmail//build-kshowmail/rpmmacros

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/* Define if you have the CoreAudio API */
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/* #undef HAVE_CRT_EXTERNS_H */

/* Defines if your system has the crypt function */
#define HAVE_CRYPT 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <dlfcn.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_DLFCN_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <inttypes.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_INTTYPES_H 1

/* Define if you have libjpeg */
#define HAVE_LIBJPEG 1

/* Define if you have libpng */
#define HAVE_LIBPNG 1

/* Define if you have a working libpthread (will enable threaded code) */
#define HAVE_LIBPTHREAD 1

/* Define if you have libz */
#define HAVE_LIBZ 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <memory.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_MEMORY_H 1

/* Define if your system needs _NSGetEnviron to set up the environment */
/* #undef HAVE_NSGETENVIRON */

/* Define if you have res_init */
#define HAVE_RES_INIT 1

/* Define if you have the res_init prototype */
#define HAVE_RES_INIT_PROTO 1

/* Define if you have a STL implementation by SGI */
#define HAVE_SGI_STL 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the `snprintf' function. */
#define HAVE_SNPRINTF 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdint.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_STDINT_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <stdlib.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_STDLIB_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <strings.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_STRINGS_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <string.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_STRING_H 1

/* Define if you have strlcat */
/* #undef HAVE_STRLCAT */

/* Define if you have the strlcat prototype */
/* #undef HAVE_STRLCAT_PROTO */

/* Define if you have strlcpy */
/* #undef HAVE_STRLCPY */

/* Define if you have the strlcpy prototype */
/* #undef HAVE_STRLCPY_PROTO */

/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/bitypes.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_SYS_BITYPES_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/stat.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_SYS_STAT_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <sys/types.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_SYS_TYPES_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the <unistd.h> header file. */
#define HAVE_UNISTD_H 1

/* Define to 1 if you have the `vsnprintf' function. */
#define HAVE_VSNPRINTF 1

/* Suffix for lib directories */
#define KDELIBSUFF ""

/* Name of package */
#define PACKAGE "kshowmail"

/* Define to the address where bug reports for this package should be sent. */
#define PACKAGE_BUGREPORT ""

/* Define to the full name of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_NAME ""

/* Define to the full name and version of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_STRING ""

/* Define to the one symbol short name of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_TARNAME ""

/* Define to the version of this package. */
#define PACKAGE_VERSION ""

/* The size of `char *', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_CHAR_P 4

/* The size of `int', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_INT 4

/* The size of `long', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_LONG 4

/* The size of `short', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_SHORT 2

/* The size of `size_t', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_SIZE_T 4

/* The size of `unsigned long', as computed by sizeof. */
#define SIZEOF_UNSIGNED_LONG 4

/* Define to 1 if you have the ANSI C header files. */
#define STDC_HEADERS 1

/* Version number of package */
#define VERSION "3.3.1"

/* Defined if compiling without arts */
/* #undef WITHOUT_ARTS */

/*
* jpeg.h needs HAVE_BOOLEAN, when the system uses boolean in system
* headers and I'm too lazy to write a configure test as long as only
* unixware is related
*/
#ifdef _UNIXWARE
#define HAVE_BOOLEAN
#endif



/*
* AIX defines FD_SET in terms of bzero, but fails to include <strings.h>
* that defines bzero.
*/

#if defined(_AIX)
#include <strings.h>
#endif



#if defined(HAVE_NSGETENVIRON) && defined(HAVE_CRT_EXTERNS_H)
# include <sys/time.h>
# include <crt_externs.h>
# define environ (*_NSGetEnviron())
#endif



#if !defined(HAVE_RES_INIT_PROTO)
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
int res_init(void);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif



#if !defined(HAVE_STRLCAT_PROTO)
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
unsigned long strlcat(char*, const char*, unsigned long);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif



#if !defined(HAVE_STRLCPY_PROTO)
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
unsigned long strlcpy(char*, const char*, unsigned long);
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
#endif



/*
* On HP-UX, the declaration of vsnprintf() is needed every time !
*/

#if !defined(HAVE_VSNPRINTF) || defined(hpux)
#if __STDC__
#include <stdarg.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#else
#include <varargs.h>
#endif
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
#endif
int vsnprintf(char *str, size_t n, char const *fmt, va_list ap);
#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C"
#endif
int snprintf(char *str, size_t n, char const *fmt, ...);
#endif



#if defined(__SVR4) && !defined(__svr4__)
#define __svr4__ 1
#endif


/* type to use in place of socklen_t if not defined */
#define kde_socklen_t socklen_t

/* type to use in place of socklen_t if not defined (deprecated, use
kde_socklen_t) */
#define ksize_t socklen_t

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/* config.h.in. Generated from configure.in by autoheader. */

/* Define to 1 if you have the <Carbon/Carbon.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_CARBON_CARBON_H

/* Define if you have the CoreAudio API */
#undef HAVE_COREAUDIO

/* Define to 1 if you have the <crt_externs.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_CRT_EXTERNS_H

/* Defines if your system has the crypt function */
#undef HAVE_CRYPT

/* Define to 1 if you have the <dlfcn.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_DLFCN_H

/* Define to 1 if you have the <inttypes.h> header file. */
#undef HAVE_INTTYPES_H

/*