Evolution 3.7.5 Fixes Numerous Bugs
This development release of Evolution fixed over 20 bugs!
The development team behind the powerful Evolution email client announced earlier today, February 3, that the fifth unstable version of the upcoming Evolution 3.8 application is now available for download and testing.Evolution 3.7.5 will be part of the GNOME 3.7.5 desktop environment, which will be released next week. This version fixes numerous bugs found in previews releases, adds a few enhancements, and updates various translations.
Highlights of Evolution 3.7.5:
• Fixed a crash in mail_shell_view_execute_search();
• Fixed “empty body” issue when replying to an individual message in digest;
• The documentation for cache location was updated;
• Updated the offline/online mode documentation;
• Fixed a bug related to ENameSelector object leaks;
• The document references for the old IMAP backend were removed;
• Fixed a user docs issue related to a document that uses non-virtual Trash and Junk folders with IMAP+;
• UTC time stamp is now added to .ics previews, instead of the local time;
• Depends on libsoup 2.40.3;
• e_book_client_connect() is now used;
• e_cal_client_connect() is now used;
• ESourceUOA was incorporated;
• A "settings" module was added;
• Contact's print now decodes QP-encoded e-mail addresses;
• Fixed the icon for online accounts;
• A priority field has been added for the email parser and formatter extensions;
• The word “Title” is now differentiated for translation;
• Fixed switching of character encoding;
• Made the auto-configured MSN account to use the POP protocol, instead of IMAP;
• A message can now be double-quoted with text and HTML;
• Fixed a folder rename crash;
• Removed documentation about Novell GroupWise.
More details about the Evolution 3.7.5 development version can be found, as usual, on the raw changelog published on the main GNOME FTP site.
Download and test Evolution 3.7.5 right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.