All releases of Tiger Envelopes

  •  25 Apr 2006 17:32
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    Release Notes: Bugfixes and code cleanup. Billboards have been added to the installer.

    •  18 Apr 2006 17:52
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      Release Notes: Multiple encryption is now automatic on systems with more than one supported encryption program. This release is feature complete. While there is a lot of work to do, some of it crucial, private email should be easy and secure (in theory).

      •  20 Dec 2005 20:00
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        Release Notes: One click to install and configure on most systems. Support for Outlook has been added to existing support for Outlook Express, Mac Mail, and KMail. Preferences, status, and test programs now integrated into a single control panel.

        •  22 Nov 2005 19:11
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          Release Notes: Envelopes automatically sets up your accounts in Outlook, Mac Mail, and Kmail. The user interface continues to improve.

          •  08 Jun 2005 18:17
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            Release Notes: Automatically gets existing email account info from Outlook Express, KMail, and Mac Mail. Auto-starts and restarts as needed on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.

            •  22 Apr 2005 16:54
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              Release Notes: Automatically gets existing email server information from your system for Mac Mail. Sends you a notice when a new key comes in, so you can check the fingerprint.

              •  12 Apr 2005 18:00
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                Release Notes: This release automatically exchanges keys peer-to-peer. When both people are using Tiger Envelopes, one unencrypted email message is all it takes. After that, every message in either direction is encrypted automatically. You should verify keys by checking the key fingerprints through a separate channel, such as face to face or by telephone.

                •  15 Mar 2005 19:07
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                  Release Notes: Now works on Windows. The installer automatically installs GPG on Mac OS and Windows. Linux users don't need this since major Linux distributions make it easy to install GPG. Sun has fixed long standing crucial bugs in Java version 1.5. Don't use Sun java versions earlier than 1.5.0_01 on Linux or Windows. Mac OS comes preinstalled with Apple's Java 1.4.x, which works reliably with Tiger Envelopes. The Envelopes installers for Linux and Windows automatically install Java 1.5 for you. This version also fixes a major bug in the BC plugin.

                  •  03 Nov 2004 16:42
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                    Release Notes: This version might be usable by people who aren't software developers. Multiple mail accounts are now handled. The installer keeps getting smarter. Native installers for Mac OSX, Linux, and Windows are included. The Config program has basic keyring management. A Bouncy Castle plugin for the Open Crypto Engine provides a built-in crypto package, in addition to the existing GPG and PGP plugins. Preliminary version for Windows shows Sun JVM bugs. The Kaffe JVM is recommended for Linux.

                    •  20 Apr 2004 14:42
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                      Release Notes: A new config program lets you maintain your Tiger Envelopes configuration and manage your GPG keys. This release includes both a Swing version and an experimental SwingWT version. Unlike Swing, SwingWT is open source, which means that you should be able to install Tiger Envelopes and all of its components from source.

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