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nPOPuk 3.05 now available

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Posted 1 month ago | News | Chris Tilley 7 comments

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The team at nPOPuk have release the first Windows CE update to the popular multi-platform email client since November 2017.

Maintained by our very own member gjcoram, nPOPuk, a fork of the Japanese nPOP mail client is a POP3 and SMTP client application that allows you to send and retrieve email using current encryption protocols through a wide range of third-party online services (including Gmail and Microsoft 365 Exchange, provided POP3 access and application authentication have been enabled).

The 3.05 update is a minor update, with the change log indicating that two new filters have been added to the message filter box, namely the use of * to show all new messages and ~ to show all flagged messages. Additionally, support for TLS 1.2 has been added to the SSL setup dialogue.

As of writing the 3.05 release is only available in builds for H/PC 2.0 and H/PC Pro 3.0 (Windows CE 2.0 and 2.11) for ARM, MIPS, SH3 and SH4 as well as Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10 and 11. For users of newer H/PC devices, most users will be able to use the H/PC Pro builds on your devices.

nPOPuk is open source and available for free from the nPOPuk website. If you are interested in getting involved in the testing of future versions of nPOPuk, we have a thread on the community forums where the community is working on the development of a .next release of the program.

More info & Download: nPOPuk

Update 5:50pm GMT: Windows CE 5.0 builds now are available

Thanks to user torch for letting us know about the availability of the release.
Posted on 24 December 2022 at 11:48By Chris Tilley (C:Amie)

Comments on this article

gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 24 December 2022 12:18:06 PM
I'm hoping to build for H/PC 2000 (WinCE 3) and WinCE 5 soon.
gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 24 December 2022 5:25:35 PM
I have built the WinCE5 versions and posted them to the nPOPuk web site.
torch's Avatar torch 24 December 2022 10:18:32 PM
They don't show up on the website proper but I copied your terms and figured out their links - added to SCL, both SSL and non SSL versions
torch's Avatar torch 25 December 2022 1:28:48 AM
Sorry it’s my fault the HTML code hadn’t refreshed on my end. All good they’re on the site
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 25 December 2022 8:30:04 AM
@torch, @gjcoram, the site did that to me too after torch let me know there was a new release. I went to the nPOPuk site and it still showed me the 3.04 release as being current. I edited the URL to 3.05 to see the new files.
gjcoram's Avatar gjcoram 25 December 2022 1:08:21 PM
Speaking of the web site, the person who maintains the domain registration no longer uses nPOPuk and is looking to pass along the responsibilities ...
torch's Avatar torch 25 December 2022 2:58:02 PM
I’m potentially interested in that. I don’t know how any of that works but I’d be okay with that as long as it isn’t prohibitively expensive per month.
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