PowerMail Updated With Counter Mods

CTM has released an update for PowerMail, bringing it to version 4.2.1. PowerMail is an email client designed for the management and sending of email. The update features counter enhancments and other internal performance tweaks. According to CTM:

PowerMail for Macintosh 4.2.1 has now been released.

Designed as a robust and sustainable alternative to ordinary Macintosh e-mail applications, PowerMail 4.2.1 is based on the PowerMail Engine(tm), a robust foundation for cross-platform e-mail clients encompassing 9 years of mail and directory experience.

Whatis new in PowerMail 4.2.1 (from 4.2):

  • The counter that shows the number of message send unread messages (as well as the bold status of a folder) could be wrong
  • Message counters are now also recalculated systematically after a crash, or when compacting or rebuilding the database
  • Message counters are now also recalculated systematically after a crash, or when compacting or rebuilding the database
  • Reindexing the database (especially when upgrading from a version earlier than 4.2) could fail if some messages were corrupted
  • A crash could occur when calling PowerMail from Spamfire (or some AppleScripts) when PowerMail was not launched yet
  • Powermail would hang when executing multiple Apple Scripts recursively (for example if one executes a script that run a filter that execute another script)]
  • Made cosmetic fixes in the german localization
  • Now includes a Japanese-language plug-in again

You can find more information about the latest PowerMail update at the CTM Web site. PowerMail 4.2.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$49.00.

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