[YAM - Yet Another Mailer] Topic #82 - YAM nightly builds http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/82 <p> YAM nightly builds </p> en-us YAM - Yet Another Mailer http://yam.ch/chrome/site/yam.gif http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/82 Trac 1.0.1 - DiscussionPlugin SHADES Mon, 05 Feb 2007 21:41:19 GMT Topic #82 - YAM nightly builds http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/82#topic http://yam.ch/discussion/topic/82#topic <p> Hi, </p> <p> I am a returning AMIGA user and loved yam for it's use of compression libraries for keeping mailbox size down. I am looking for the nightly builds and wish to help out wherever I can in testing. I'd also love to see html. Any news on this project? the latest file I seem to be able to get is dated 2003. Is this project still being developed? </p> Topic damato Sun, 11 Feb 2007 15:02:36 GMT Reply #318 to topic #82 - YAM nightly builds http://yam.ch/discussion/message/318#message318 http://yam.ch/discussion/message/318#message318 <blockquote class="citation"> <p> Hi, </p> <p> I am a returning AMIGA user and loved yam for it's use of compression libraries for keeping mailbox size down. I am looking for the nightly builds and wish to help out wherever I can in testing. I'd also love to see html. Any news on this project? the latest file I seem to be able to get is dated 2003. Is this project still being developed? </p> </blockquote> <p> First of all, welcome back to Amiga! <img src="/chrome/emoticons/smile.png" alt=":)" class="emoticon" width="18" height="18" style="vertical-align: middle" /> </p> <p> Of course YAM is still being developed. However we are still in developing the last bits and bytes for the final stable 2.5 release during the next couple of months. As a matter of fact we have made a very great progress on advancing YAM to keep up with other modern email clients and if you checkout the current state of functionality in the nightly builds (<a class="ext-link" href="http://nightly.yam.ch/"><span class="icon">‚Äč</span>http://nightly.yam.ch/</a>) you should see that the current nightly's are what I would call the most stable and advanced YAm we ever had... </p> <p> So yes, we are still developing YAM and if you look at the frequency at which new nightly builds arrive you can see that we are doing that pretty much every day.... </p> <p> ... also have a look at our statistics on our development: </p> <p> <a href="http://yam.ch/wiki/Development">http://yam.ch/wiki/Development</a> </p> Message