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March - 2009
Peter Strömblad & David Harris
Pegasus Mail v4.63 released
2012-01-01 - Although v4.62 was intended to be the last v4.x version of Pegasus Mail, it became apparent that there were numerous small problems that would be best fixed by another interim release. As a result, we have put together v4.63, which has over 70 small changes, bug fixes and corrections. The modifications are mostly internal, and there are few visible external or cosmetic changes in the program. It should be very stable, and it is our intention that it serve as the formal release while the v5 beta process takes place over the course of 2012.
Mercury/32 v4.74 released
2012-01-01 -This is an update to fix a variety of small problems before beginning the migration to version 5. V4.74 contains over 40 small fixes, and two rather more significant corrections: a problem where messages deleted by IMAP-based clients were not actually deleted and reappeared on the next connection has been fixed; and an issue where a site had more than 3 MX mail servers declared but the first three were all unavailable (which could cause Mercury to attempt to connect to the wrong host for delivery) has also been addressed.
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.