Evolution 3.10 Beta 2 Brings Several Fixes

This unstable release fixes ten bugs and updates various translations

On September 1, 2013, the development team behind the famous and popular Evolution email client used in GNOME-based Linux operating system, announced that the second Beta release towards Evolution 3.10 is available for download and testing.

Evolution 3.10 Beta 2 fixes ten bugs reported by testers from the previous Beta release, such as the “Update attendee status” issue, which could not be done multiple times, an issue when creating folders with special characters in the name, as well as an issue with the “Make this Occurrence Movable” button that changed meeting time when pressed.

Moreover, the reject folder now features copy and move function in offline mode, multiselecting messages no longer causes slow user interface updates, enabling or disabling accounts no longer makes the application unresponsive for several seconds, and a refcounting error in e_mail_reader_reply_to_message() has been fixed.

Also, the folder's URI is no longer used in copy/move folder errors, audio attachments are now displayed correctly, the user documentation has been improved, search results are now automatically focused after changing the filter, adding huge addressbooks no longer makes the app unresponsive, and the application is skipped from the 'Open with' list of applications on attachments.

Last but not least, the second Beta release of the upcoming Evolution 3.10 email application updates the following translations: German, French, Galician, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Slovenian, and Malayalam.

Evolution 3.10 Beta 2 will be available for testing as part of the upcoming GNOME 3.10 Beta 2 desktop environment, which should see the light of day sometime this week. For more details about Evolution 3.10 Beta 2, please read the official raw changelog.

Download Evolution 3.10 Beta 2 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.

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