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The Bat! 6.8.2

By RITLABS  (Commercial Trial)
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# New features
- Accounts can now be associated with Color Groups
- Incoming filters are now working for RSS Feeds
- The "Create New Account" dialog will hide MAPI from the list of protocols if none is detected in the current system
- You can configure The Bat! to not specify the %EMAIL% variable by running it with the /DontWriteEmailEnvironmentVariable command line parameter, or by setting the DWORD DontWriteEmailEnvironmentVariable variable to 1 under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\RIT\The Bat!
- An animated indicator has been added to in the "Create New Account" dialog
# Improvements
- Timing log for the Exchange accounts
- The Bat! will ignore IPF.NOTE.SOCIALCONNECTOR, IPF.NOTE.OUTLOOKHOMEPAGE, IPF.ShortcutFolder, Outlook.Reminder folder types while interacting with the Exchange server via MAPI
- The "User name" label has been renamed to "Mailbox name" in MAPI accounts to differentiate it from the user name used for authentication
- Better logging of certificate errors in TLS
# Fixes
- Fixed a bug that might have caused access violation or incorrect behavior when forwarding messages with HTML parts from using Sorting Office filters
- Caching was allowed for downloading RSS feeds, causing no-update issues on some servers
- Ctrl+Ins shortcut was not working after selection of all text using Ctrl+A in the message viewer
- Possible errors of the 64-bit version have been fixed
- Opening a "mailto" URL from a common folder did not choose an appropriate active account for the new message
- ORFO 2014 options were neither visible nor accessible
- The Bat! could not use 64-bit spell checkers via the CSAPI interface. For example, it could not use ORFO and returned an access violation error in The Bat! 64-bit version
- GnuPG did not work with the 64-bit version of The Bat!
- The Bat! 64-bit did not work with eToken
- Address History could show duplicate messages when the "scan subfolders" option was used
- Deleting a MAPI account and requesting to "Delete account files" did not clean up all the files
- Safer way of loading the GROUPS.CFG (GROUPS.EFG) in case this file is damaged or improperly decrypted
- If the interface language was set to U.S. English some British English words were still used
- Next message group could be not selected upon deletion of a message group
- Fixed slowdowns in address history
- Fixed slowdowns in getting messages from MS Exchange servers via extended MAPI