26.07.2010The Bat! Voyager is highly appreciated by Dutch c't magazine
A Dutch version of the renowned German c't magazine published a short review of The Bat! Voyager. We don’t speak any Dutch, but it wasn’t hard to realize that the article’s title – “Vleermuis” – stands for “Bat”. And here’s a rough translation of the article’s subheading: “The Bat! Voyager is a mail client which offers more than most of the others”.
18.05.2010Integer overflow – yet another Microsoft vulnerability
Recently there have been numerous reports about a new vulnerability in Microsoft email products, which is caused by erroneous processing of POP3 server responses. This vulnerability allows the executing of unauthenticated remote code on the target system.
08.04.2010The Bat! 4.2.33 – improved speed of POP3 message retrieving
We are pleased to release our regularly-scheduled update to our email client The Bat! We have worked hard to bring you numerous improvements and fixes in this new version. However, one feature that you will notice right off the Bat is a significantly faster retrieval of messages via POP3 servers.
15.02.2010BatPost 3.0: ideal mail server – at your service!
BatPost is an easy-to-customize mail server for corporate and individual users. Its usability and maintainability have already made a name for it. BatPost Server is an ideal solution for providing corporate email solutions and setting up an internal message exchange system.
04.02.2010A friend you know is worth more than Thunderbird 2
RITLabs had proven its value and reputation once again. Our email client The Bat! was rated "The Best Email Client of 2009" by the Russian edition of PC World (Mir PK), a world-renowned IT publication.
01.02.2010The Bat! Voyager 4.2.25 – much faster retrieval of large-sized messages
Christmas holidays are over. We've changed our Christmas splash screen for a standard one, but still continue our series of gifts. In the new version of our portable program The Bat! Voyager, users will get an improvement in large-size message download speed and some other innovations.
18.01.2010The Bat! users: safe from yet another Outlook vulnerability
New reports on Microsoft Outlook vulnerability came on January, 15. BitDefender reports the unsolicited message directs users to apply a new set of settings to their mailboxes to update several ‘security upgrades’ that have been applied. The link in the email leads towards a Web page with Microsoft Office logos and instructs users to download and launch an executable file that will supposedly update their email settings.
29.12.2009The Bat! 4.2.16 Christmas Edition – one more gift
A few days ago RITLabs team has launched The Bat! Voyager Christmas Release. It was a pleasure for developers to act in Santa's role and they wanted to continue it; as a result, RITLabs users now can benefit of another Christmas present – The Bat! 4.2.16.
23.12.2009The Bat! Voyager 4.2.14 Christmas Release
On the threshold of the winter holidays, RITLabs team makes its users a present – The Bat! Voyager 4.2.14, a portable variant of the most recent version of The Bat!. Major novelties are – compatibility with Windows 7, Menu Navigator and better work with antivirus applications.
17.11.2009RITLabs launches The Bat! 4.2.12
Since the previous version came out, developers have added some new features and have made some improvements to the program. The main highlight of The Bat! 4.2.12 is the Menu Navigator and better work with antivirus applications.
23.07.2009The Bat! 4.2.9 – major improvements
RITLabs draws users' attention to the new version of The Bat! email program. This version has a series of major improvements described below.
20.07.2009A Bat Delayed, Filtered, and Still Not Shaken
Bill Blinn, our devoted user, wrote an article about The Bat!'s new version. We liked it a lot and want you to have a look at it. Here are some extracts from Bill's article.