The development team behind the famous and popular Evolution email client used in many Linux operating systems, announced the immediate availability of the unstable 3.10 Beta 1 version.
Evolution 3.10 Beta 1 fixes sidebar message counts for real Trash and Junk folders, introduces the ability to close inline alert messages with the Esc key, displays editor errors above the editor window in the Addressbook, no longer changes selection on new reminder arrival on the alarm-notify component, and updates the Authors list in the About dialog.
Among the bugs fixed (which are 13 in total) in this first Beta release of the upcoming Evolution 3.10 email client, we can mention a crash on saving contact with categories, a failure to decrypt inline encrypted GPG messages, a crash in em_utils_selection_set_urilist(), a crash in certificate_viewer_new(), runtime warning in calendar module, and missing mnemonic in External Editor plugin configuration.
Moreover, the message list has been modified to scroll to cursor on style change, fixes the oversized dragged column's arrow indicator, old POP3 mails can now be removed before getting them, file descriptors for images can now be closed, meeting change no longer tries to send an update, and attachments no longer disappear after opening one.
Last but not least, the following translations have been updated in this first Beta release of the upcoming Evolution 3.10 email client: German, Spanish, Galician, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Norwegian Bokmal, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Slovenian, and Traditional Chinese. More details can be found in the official raw changelog.
Download Evolution 3.10 Beta 1 and Evolution Data Server 3.10 Beta 1 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a beta version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.