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Changes from Pine 4.52 to 4.53

Pine 4.53 is available to download

The following information is also available in Pine itself, in the Release Notes which can be accessed from Pine's MAIN MENU screen:


Pine 4.53 is a bug-fix release which addresses bugs found in previous

No additional functionality has been added.

Bugs that have been addressed in this release include:

 *  If a Filter Rule which does not Delete or Move a message is followed 
    by another Rule which does a Move or Delete, that second rule will be 
    applied (if there is a match) even if the first rule also matched

 *  Crash in address book select screen

 *  In PC-Pine's MAPI DLL, there was a bug corrupting attachments (safe
    to ignore this if you didn't install the external pmapi32 package)

Version 4.52 was also a bug-fix release.

Additions included:

 *  Experimental method to reopen a newsgroup or POP folder to check for
    new messages with < command followed by > command. See the help text
    for "Mail-Check-Interval" for a short explanation.

Bugs that were addressed in this release included:

 *  Delete, Rename, and Shuffle broken in Incoming Folders
 *  Role-based SMTP Server should not override administratively fixed
    SMTP Server
 *  Html typed file with garbage contents can cause crash
 *  Scramble-Message-Id drops first character of hostname
 *  When alternate-editor is used to compose, assume charset should be
    that of user
 *  Rare crash when new mail arrives with threading enabled
 *  Threaded index lines displayed incorrectly with IMAP servers that do
    not support threading
 *  View attachment command should not be available if Full Header mode
    is turned on
 *  In PC-Pine, pine.conf registry setting was always used even if 
    overridden in the command-line
 *  Duplicate printing of To and Cc lines when using "all-except" in
 *  Justification of quoted paragraphs is not possible when forwarding a
    non-us-ascii message

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