Evolution 1.5.1

Continuing with our Grand Plan (TM) Evolution 1.5.1 has been released in time for
GNOME 2.5.2.  Download the following:


Snapshots are also available through Red Carpet for 5 platforms
including SuSE 9 and RedHat 9.

Upgrade Notes:
Evolution 1.5 can be installed at the same time as 1.4.x.  However note
that there are still some bugs migrating data from 1.4.x to 1.5 and that
1.5 stores its information in ~/.evolution rather than ~/evolution/ so
that if you add new info in 1.5 in will not show up in 1.4.x.

What Has Changed:
Evolution 1.5 has fixed some major architectural issues and sees the
splitting out of the addressbook, calendar and task data access into a
separate library for other projects to use.  Shell components are now
much more simplified.  Other major features in the 1.5 series include
S/MIME support and spam filtering.  Since the 1.5 release we have been
engaged in general bug fixing and re-engaging any features that were
disabled during previous development.  We've also had some bounties
completed and go in.

Reporting Bugs

The main purpose of this release is, of course, to gather as much
testing as possible from users. Your help in testing and submitting bugs
as you find them is highly appreciated. 

If Evolution 1.5.1 crashes, please take the time to submit the bug using
Bug Buddy, trying to fill in as much detail as you can regarding the
circumstances that lead to the crash. 

If, on the other hand, you find a problem in the behavior or the
appearance of the application, please go to http://bugzilla.ximian.com/
to use our Bugzilla interface to report the bug. 

You can also check if your bug has been reported before by using the
search functionality of Bugzilla.

More information is available at the project website:

JP Rosevear <jpr ximian com>
Ximian, Inc.

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