Welcome to the official Public Community site for Pegasus Mail and the Mercury Mail Transport system.
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March - 2009
Peter Strömblad & David Harris
Mercury/32 v4.80 public beta released
2015-01-11 - Mercury/32 v4.80 public beta, with significant updates including OpenSSL support, complete TCP/IP overhaul and a new help system, is now available for download here.
The 'Heartbleed' bug and how it affects (or doesn't affect) Pegasus Mail and Mercury
2014-04-11 - Some of you may have read about a recently-discovered problem in OpenSSL that is being called the 'Heartbleed bug'. Our statement about how this affects Pegasus Mail and Mercury users (executive summary: "it doesn't") can be found here.
Pegasus Mail v4.70 released
2014-03-10 - Pegasus Mail v4.70 is an interim release mainly intended to improve SSL interoperability with Internet hosts such as Verizon. It also includes a completely new spelling checker with dictionaries for six languages, improved support for hyperlinks in plain text messages, and improved HTML rendering support.
Pegasus Mail is a free e-mail program for computers running Microsoft Windows. It has served millions of users since it was released in 1990. It is extremely feature-rich and powerful, yet remains small and fast.
The Mercury Mail Transport System is a full-featured mail server for Windows and Novell NetWare systems. It is extremely fast and robust, feature-rich and extensible, yet consumes very little in the way of system resources or bandwidth.