Okay, so even though nobody actually cares, I’ve released crackerMail v2.0 in its final state. Based on some input from an Eastern European user, I may build a function to work with the ISO-8859-2 character set. The user sent me an e-mail and his name includes a ć. Of course crackerMail couldn’t interpret the character and dumped some ugly translation code on the screen instead. I had already resolved the issue with the ISO-8859-1 character set after getting an e-mail from a Scandinavian user with ø in his name. Anyway, long story short, crackerMail’s ready and may get a 2.1 version for ISO-8859-2.