SeaMonkey 2.19 Beta 1

Mozilla Organization - (Freeware)

SeaMonkey is a suite that includes more Internet applications in just one which makes it a good choice for Internet users.

SeaMonkey is a program suite including a browser, mail program (e-mail and newsgroup), IRC and a web page editor client. This community suite, which is no longer supported by Mozilla, is rooted Netscape Communicator when its source code was released.

SeaMonkey is fully customizable with themes, plugins, and other extensions. The Download Manager has been redesigned to supportthe resumption of cross-sessions and the Gecko engine hasall the HTML 5 features including downloading fonts.

SeaMonkey offers among its features, tabbed browsing for better surfing, popup blocker for surfing without interruptions, advanced security options, password manager, cookie manager, image manager and more.

SeaMonkey 2.19 Beta 1
File Size:
21.3 MB
Windows XP / Vista / Windows7 / XP64 / Vista64 / Windows7 64 / Windows8 / Windows8 64
Date Added:
20 Jun 2013
Mozilla Organization
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# Features
* Mark -> As Read now checks the state of all selected messages instead of only the first one's.
* Notifications for mixed content blocker have been implemented.
* A new 3rd-party cookie restriction to visited websites option has been added to the Cookies pref pane.
* The context menu Search option is now available for textareas and input fields.
* Website storage mechanisms are now available in the Data Manager (localStorage, indexedDB, etc.).
* "Open Containing Folder" is now already available during download.
# Fixes
* The new mail alert has been disabled for now due to issues on Mac.
* The Geolocation prompt does not offer an action in Private Browsing mode anymore if the action remembers permission for more than a session.
* A slightly less useless access key has been chosen for the new Error Console Filter textbox label.
* Mixed content blocker preferences are now handled by Sync.
* LDAP passwords were requested for each lookup even if they were saved.
* Get New Messages for All Accounts has been fixed.
* The "File" button in the "Search messages" window has been renamed to "Move".
* The entries in the "Trust junk mail headers set by" menu list are now sorted.
* The check for the allowed mail storage directory has been made more universal and accessible to extensions.
* A wrong message and reason was reported with untrusted CA roots when signing email.
* The IMAP-specific "Empty trash" confirmation dialog has been removed and the mailnews.*.dontAskAgain and mail.*.dontAskAgain prefs been merged.
* Help now explains what happens when Safe Browsing blocks a website.
* Email addresses with trailing whitespace could be displayed wrongly when composing and cause lost mails and malformed duplicate address book entries.
* Switching the account during message composing did not apply the signing prefs from the new account.
* The Help Glossary has been extended with new Privacy & Security terms.
* Growl support has been removed again.
* Safe Browsing debug has been turned off and Sync support turned on.
* The Bookmarks Toolbar was not populated with items if the grippy was collapsed when the browser window was opened.
* Special mail folder icons were not shown for IMAP shared folders.
* Null bytes are now stripped from document titles when setting the window title in order to prevent Private Browsing spoofing.
* Invalid message ContentType values are handled better now.
* A tutorial section on User Tracking has been added to Help.
* The Customize Headers window prompted twice.
* ReplyTo has been added to the default IMAP headers in order to fix Reply with Template behavior.
* The offline folder flag will no longer be set for SPAM and TRASH folders.
* Help now includes documentation for the Offline Applications pref pane.
* The main Privacy & Security pref pane is now documented and features a Help button.
* The access key for "Perform these actions" now sets/moves focus to first action item in the Filter editor.
* Clear Private Data (preferences and menu) documentation has been added to Help.
* An "Error parsing template: expected <content> to be first" message could appear when opening the virtual folder list dialog.
* The umask for emails saved as a file were not respecting the system umask.


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