Interlink Mail & News

Interlink is a Mail, RSS, and Newsgroups client based on Mozilla-sourced Community Code and built on the Unified XUL Platform

System Requirements

  • All Systems
    • At least 1GB of ram
    • At least 200mb of free (uncompressed) disk space
  • Windows Systems
    • Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 or newer
    • 32bit build: x86 CPU with SSE2 instruction support
    • 64bit build: x86-64 CPU with AVX instruction support
  • Linux Systems
    • Reasonably modern 64bit Linux Distribution (32bit is NOT and will never be supported)
    • x86-64 CPU with SSE2 instruction support
    • GTK2 2.24 or GTK3 3.22+
    • GLib 2.22 or higher
    • Pango 1.14 or higher
    • libstdc++ 4.6.1 or higher


Windows Systems

32bit Installer
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: 3e7fc390146ec0e069b6143b2daba031d516ef6b4389aab48876fca794a72698
32bit ZIP Archive
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: e918c92023fdb53154f7bec4dc56ce4b68eeeb5a7c31908dfdd6c5102f2f2f24

64bit Installer
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: c7e7d30461f7e52dde7b000b0715ab51162bec3d0b28c897dabb9b07415c1818
64bit ZIP Archive
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: b70bb4e43665f3c66702e5998bfd8e1a40d98367a361c6d86a51161c7fb83ff8

Linux Systems

64bit BZip Compressed TAR Archive (GTK2)
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: de97703c420796a171991b62140d529affdf6f4677c54de547af4ccc104af1e4

64bit BZip Compressed TAR Archive (GTK3)
Version: 7025 - SHA-256 checksum: e493af63e09c1c3fd142c67ec87bd541720a9797c7e14abc6b9724b31f99c02c

Frequently Asked Questions

  • When is the next release?
    • When it is done.
  • How do I install on Linux?
    • Extract the linux tarball to a user writable location or chmod 777 in the desired location in order for the internal updater to be able to write to the "install location" when updating. Other than that it doesn't particularly matter where it is on the system. Though, one should not be relocating it on a regular basis.
      THIS IS NOT A PORTABLE INSTALL! The application data such as the profile will be stored in the current user's home directory.
  • Will there be a portable version?
    • No, not at this time.
  • Does Interlink support Lightning (Calendar extension)?
    • By popular demand it does now as of Version 7025.
  • The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000001d). Click OK to close the application.
    • As documented above, 64bit Windows builds require you to have the AVX instruction set. If you are getting that error then it means you don't and will have to use the 32bit build.
  • My question/issue isn't listed here. Where can I ask/report it?
    • You may ask your question or report your issue via the Issue Tracker on the GitHub repository or via our IRC channel which you can find in the Interact section.

Release Notes

Version 7025

  • Now includes the Calendar/Lightning functionality via a disabled by default bundled extension
    • This is provided by popular demand, however, support will be limited to best effort in the absence additional community contributions
    • The Calendar is NOT subject to the orginal agreement between BinOC and those who initally funded the Interlink Project Development
  • Added mailnews.header.toolbar preference to show the legacy mail header in-line toolbar
  • Added common EULA box with license agreement
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.4.1 release notes

Version 6990

  • Hooked up the Add-ons Manager to the Interlink Add-ons Site
  • Introduced the ablity to add and remove custom search engine plugins from Preferences
  • Introduced the ablity to check for updates from a menu item in the Help menu
  • Removed the ablity to check for updates from the About dialog
  • Improved proxy handling to avoid localhost getting proxied [SECURITY - CVE-2018-18506]
  • Minor UI changes
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.4.0 release notes

Version 6953

  • Fixed about:support for unaccounted string changes
  • Related Unified XUL Platform changes are documented in the Pale Moon 28.3.0 release notes

Version 6922

  • Change minimum compatible by default preference to 1.0
  • Removed certificate blacklisting via the blocklist
    • It is not the job of Binary Outcast to be a Certificate Authority
  • Added a regex blocklist entry for language packs by Thunderbird and FossaMail to facilitate manual profile migration
    • Instructions and a tool for Windows users to automate the process will be forthcoming
  • Added one time UI upgrade code to manually disable all installed language packs
  • Set the blocklist update preference
    • The BinOC Site side of this will be added soon
  • No Unified XUL Platform changes

Version 6914

  • First Release of Interlink.

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