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[2002-08-02] Password Corral v4.0 Preview Release Now Available

Just four days ago I announced that in the next few weeks a preview version of Password Corral would be available for download. With gentle encouragement from a few users, and renewed enthusiasm, I hunkered down and worked on a chunk of code that I new would be a bit of a bear to deal with and was causing me to dawdle, and finally got past it. In the past four days v4.0 of Password Corral has had more development then it has in as many months!

Available for immediate download is the Password Corral v4.0 Preview Release! This is a great milestone, and if you're a hard-core Password Corral user, you'll probably want to take a look at the preview release.

That said, whether you are salivating profusely for the next major release of the program, or just casually interested, keep in mind this is only a preview release. Most features are not implemented yet, most notably the import routines, so there's no way to bring your current password data into this preview release. You should not use this preview release for day-to-day password management. This preview is in no way representative of the final release, since it's missing so many features, and there's much more development to be done. Consider it a sneak peak.

I'm hoping to keep up the fast coding pace and have a more useable and feature rich beta 1 version available within a month. Keep an eye on the home page for future announcements.

At this time I'm asking users to refrain from sending any bug reports on the preview release since there's still so much to be done. However, if you have a feature request, feel free to send it to Make sure to include in the subject or body of the e-mail that it's a feature request for Password Corral v4.0. I probably won't be able to respond to every request, but rest assured that each one will be reviewed, and if it's a good idea that can be added within a reasonable amount of time, it may very well be included.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support.

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