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Fedora Core 3 Update: sylpheed-1.0.4-0.fc3 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : sylpheed
Version     : 1.0.4
Release     : 0.fc3
Summary     : A GTK+ based, lightweight, and fast email client.
Description :
This program is an X based fast email client which has features
o user-friendly and intuitive interface
o integrated NetNews client (partially implemented)
o ability of keyboard-only operation
o Mew/Wanderlust-like key bind
o multipart MIME
o unlimited multiple account handling
o message queueing
o assortment function
o XML-based address book

See /usr/share/doc/sylpheed*/README for more information.


* Mon Mar 28 2005 Warren Togami  - 1.0.4-0.fc3

- 1.0.4 fixes another buffer overflow

This update can be downloaded from:

079c6ec9358056925208c99c6ebaee22  SRPMS/sylpheed-1.0.4-0.fc3.src.rpm
84f3bbb2cff85b076825cde553fe9dda  x86_64/sylpheed-1.0.4-0.fc3.x86_64.rpm
a807a28b7d13d4d8d1491890c00ff480  x86_64/debug/sylpheed-debuginfo-1.0.4-0.fc3.x86_64.rpm
c747a3fee4f6fa0088199118f92e7134  i386/debug/sylpheed-debuginfo-1.0.4-0.fc3.i386.rpm
8d0f9be6fa4d314e5c869fca9dfeabce  i386/sylpheed-1.0.4-0.fc3.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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