24.05.2006RITLabs releases BatPost v2.20 mail server
The new version of the BatPost mail server is out. We have been working on the server over a year managing to implement many useful features and fixing minor bugs. Below we will take a closer look at the main new features.
28.04.2006RITLabs releases The Bat! v3.80
To cut a long story short - here is a new version of The Bat!, fresh and young, but experienced and still promising.
16.01.2006RITLabs releases The Bat! v3.65.03
New year - new version. This time round we concentrated on fixing as many bugs as possible, thus improving the programme's overall stability and functionality.
22.12.2005Mobile Email Client is Available
Ritlabs releases The Bat! Voyager – the Mobile Email Client . Ritlabs releases The Bat! Voyager – the Mobile Email Client . Now it has become possible to have the complete message base and important documents at one's fingertips. The programme is now specially adopted to be working in the USB-flash disk. The Bat! Voyager is based on the technology of the widely known The Bat! Email Client.
02.09.2005Ritlabs releases The Bat! 3.60
The Bat! 3.60 works faster and consumes less memory when dealing with very large message flows. Message Finder in this version can now automatically search inside encrypted messages. You can zoom images in the HTML viewer. Regular Expressions in Sorting Office/Filters now support Unicode and can work with any alphabet. You can also configure SmartPad settings.
25.07.2005What's new in The Bat! 3.51
The new version of The Bat!, 3.51, is an improvement of 3.5 in the field of speed, stability and the support of corporate protocols: IMAP and Exchange server via MAPI. We've also improved import procedures of messages and address entries from MS Outlook and Outlook Express. In the new version, you can reply to HTML messages preserving the text formatting of the original letter. When replying to a multipart message, with previous version of The Bat! you could only reply to the main section of a letter. Now you can reply to any particular part of the message.