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Papercut 2014-5-1

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Rating:        Based on 1 rating
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 2103
Change Set: 783b454
Released: Apr 30, 2014
Updated: May 1, 2014 by Jaben
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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application, 227K, uploaded May 1, 2014 - 478 downloads

Release Notes


Fixed: Message list box scrolling caused unhandled exception.


Fixed: Converted back to .NET v4 so that XP users are supported.
Fixed: Running papercut under SYSTEM account will now store messages in the application base directory instead of the \User\AppData\Papercut directory.
Change: Using MimeKitLite instead of full MimeKit.
Change: Application now using the excellent MimeKit library. Faster and better support for mime types.
Change: Removed the the slow and annoying "raw view" and added "header view.”
Change: Removed the Redundant "Html" view and added the "Text" view.
Change: Changed "Close" to "Exit" as the close or minimize window button has the close functionality. It's nice to be able to exit Papercut from the main app window.
Feature: Thanks to a little assistance from this answer on stack overflow ( finally implemented that drag&drop message file feature. Now you can drag and drop a message file.
Change: Saves and loads message in AppData\Papercut.
Feature: Now you can delete a Message with the Delete Key (#9835) - message Content from last message is now correctly cleared (#9840)
Feature: Changed Processing to Buffered File output for speed, etc.
Fixed: Issue #6026 -- Supports "Minimize on Close" option.
Feature: Added CC and BCC to field list aka issue #9836.
Feature: Added support for "dot stuffing", per RFC 2821, section 4.5.2.
Fixed: FormatException on empty ReplyTo
Fixed: fixed crash on start when there is an email with 0 byte.
Fixed: Issue with email address parsing.

File Location Changed

Incoming messages are now written to UserDirectory\AppData\Roaming\Papercut directory. On initial load of new this version, all messages found in the same directory as the papercut.exe will be migrated to the new path.

Reviews for this release

I think I just fell in love. The software works as advertised and while it may seem simplistic in its purpose, often the most simplistic programs offer the most value. This is one of those programs.
by chriscoddington on May 1, 2014 at 8:22 PM