Commit eb69b2ed authored by Kevin J. McCarthy's avatar Kevin J. McCarthy

Update the UPDATING file for 1.11.0 release.

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The keys used are:
!: modified feature, -: deleted feature, +: new feature
1.11.0 (2018-11-24):
+ inotify is use for local mailbox monitoring on Linux. Configuration flag
--disable-filemonitor turns this off.
+ OAUTHBEARER support for IMAP, SMTP and POP via
$imap_oauth_refresh_command, $smtp_oauth_refresh_command, and
$pop_oauth_refresh_command.
! $pgp_timeout and $smime_timeout support 32-bit numbers.
+ <check-stats> manually updates mailbox statistics, the same way
$mail_check_stats does when set.
! Thread limited views, e.g. ~(pattern), now show new mail as it arrives.
! Command line argument -z and -Z options also work for IMAP mailboxes.
+ $imap_condstore and $imap_qresync enable IMAP CONDSTORE and QRESYNC
support, respectively. QRESYNC should provide much faster mailbox opening.
! $abort_noattach skips quoted lines (as defined by $quote_regexp and
$smileys).
! Initial IMAP header downloading can be aborted with ctrl-c.
+ <compose-to-sender> composes a message to the sender of the selected
message, in the index or attachment menu.
! Address book queries ($query_format) now support multibyte characters.
+ Finnish translation.
! pgpring has been renamed to mutt_pgpring.
! Certificate prompts show sha-256 instead of md5 fingerprints.
! Non-threaded $sort_aux "reverse-" settings now work properly.
+ The manual can be generated and installed in GNU Info format.
+ index-format-hook and the new %@name@ expando for $index_format enable
dynamic index formats using pattern matching against the current message.
This can be used, for example, for date format based on the age of
the message.
! Relative date matching allows hour, minute, and second units: HMS.
1.10.1 (2018-07-16):
! Bug fix release.
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