25.2.1 (2016-04-15)This is a security and stability release, updating the client's back-end to Pale Moon 25-LTS 25.9.1.
This incorporates all relevant core security/stability updates from the
latest Pale Moon version, as well as a fix for a potential problem when
composing using an LDAP-based address book.
release fixes a crash opening certain e-mails, as well as an issue with
the client having an undesired light background in some areas on dark
This release updates the back-end to Pale Moon 25.8, adopting all security/stability fixes in it.
It also solves the final issues with timer threads not running properly
which should solve any and all previously-seen hibernation/standby
This release fixes an additional issue with resuming from stand-by.
This is a maintenance release, updating the client's back-end to Pale Moon 25.7.2.
Additionally, this removes telemetry from the front-end, and fixes issues with resuming from stand-by.
This is a maintenance release, updating the client's back-end to Pale Moon 25.7.
This is a maintenance release, updating the client's back-end to Pale Moon 25.6.
This is a maintenance release similar to 25.1.4, but with
additional fixes for the broken operation on new profiles caused by
No other mail client changes.
This is a maintenance release of the client, updating its back-end to Pale Moon 25.4.1.
No other mail client changes.
Version 25.1.4 has been pulled because of some severe issues with new
installations (with no existing profile). We're working on getting the
issues fixed for a new release.
is a bugfix release to pick up the crash fix from Pale Moon 25.3.2
which would also affect FossaMail with improperly signed extensions.
FossaMail 25.1.2 is a maintenance release of the client.
- Updated the Pale Moon back-end to the latest release version (25.3.1)
- Cleaned up code left over from the crashreporter and sunbird
- Added x86/x64 indicator to the about box
- Added Windows 10 OS support in manifests
- Removed LDAP Autocomplete code no longer in use
FossaMail 25.1.1 is a bugfix release to address some issues with the changes made in 25.1.
- You will have to update lightning for this version in tandem. Important note is that you must uninstall the previous version of lightning when you install the 25.1.1 version! The new version will not
automatically replace the old one because its identification has
changed (to prevent a bug with its listing in the add-on manager). If
you don't remove the old one, you will have two installations side by
side which will conflict, leading to unpredictable results.
- Extensions that use http traffic (e.g. to collect data from
a service) might not have been able to properly work. This should now
- Google Calendar integration (events) has been fixed and
should be working. Please note that synchronizing "tasks" with Google
Calendar is not possible from FossaMail at this time.
FossaMail 25.1 includes a complete overhaul of the chat component and
several other changes.
- Switched mail context search option to DuckDuckGo.
- Fixed Windows jumplists.
- Updated the chat components (This is a massive update and
only the highlights are listed below):
- Added the Yahoo/Yahoo.jp protocol
- Added the Odnoklassniki XMPP pseudo-protocol
- Fixed Bug 920801 - Port chat/ changes from Instantbird to
comm-central - 6
- Fixed Bug 957918 - Port chat/ changes from Instantbird to
comm-central - 7
- Fixed Bug 956487 - IM: Pseudo is messed after landing of bug
- Removed OS/2 build support (Follow up to OS/2 support
being removed in the back-end at 25.0)
- Updated back-end components to 25.2 (See Pale Moon 25.2 Release Notes)
internal handling of IMAP mail status messages to be string-based
instead of numerical (this may impact some extensions).
FossaMail 25.0 is a new release that signifies a major milestone in the
client's existence. The entire back-end has been changed out from the
Firefox to the Pale Moon code.
- Changed the core scripting and rendering back-end to Pale
Moon 25.1! FossaMail is now completely based on Pale Moon, using it as
the "engine" to drive the mail/news client. This basically
fast-forwards the mail client a year in terms of features and
improvements on the back-end, including improved secure connections to
servers and the likes.
This also means FossaMail can no longer be considered a "re-build of
- Updated branding and a few aesthetic things.
- FossaMail now has a repository on
GitHub - considering
release of the source code at this point (with a lot more than just
branding and configuration changes) is required as per the MPL license.