RSS: MailEnable Version 9.17 Release

MailEnable version 9.17 for Standard, Professional, Enterprise and Premium Editions is available for download from the MailEnable Web Site.

The following change list outlines changes in version 9.17:


  • FIX: XXE vulnerability in administration program when fetching RSS feed. Thanks to Dawid Golunski ( for the discovery.
  • FIX: Emails with mixed base64 and plain text content in the one MIME boundary is now visible
  • FIX: Webmail was not updating attendee acceptance for an appointment if the attendee line was folded
  • FIX: Webmail would stop sorting folder by from address when it parsed an email that did not have one
  • FIX: CardDAV was not preserving the Contact First Names when viewed in webmail/clients
  • FIX: CardDAV now handles/corrects VCARDS with invalid UTF-8 encoding and line folding
  • IMP: CardDAV now attempts to preserve item URLs - allows hyphenated guids for identifiers
  • IMP: ICS download for calendar item now returns returns as UTF-8 rather than encoding as quoted printable

A full list of changes is available from


An overview of Version 9 and its features and enhancements is available at


The installation kits are now available and can be downloaded from
The MailEnable installer provides a simple wizard to allow you to upgrade from earlier versions.
The upgrade process typically takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
Alternatively, if you are interested in having one of our engineers perform the upgrade for you, please e-mail


For those who under Annual Upgrade Protection (AUP), there is no additional cost to upgrade. If your AUP has expired, you should renew your upgrade protection under Online Services. If you are upgrading from a version without upgrade protection (version 3 and earlier), you can review pricing under Online Services.


For more information on pricing and details on how to upgrade, please see

If you have any questions in relation to MailEnable version 9, please contact

Product: MailEnable
Version: All Versions
Revision Date: Thu, 25 Aug 2016 08:39:29 -0400