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Topic: iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.2 has been released

Dear all,

iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.2 (iRedAdmin-Pro for OpenLDAP backend) is now available for upgrading and purchasing.

How to download the latest iRedAdmin-Pro

If you deployed iRedMail server with the iRedMail Easy platform, there's a upgrade available for your server, upgrading the server will get you the latest iRedAdmin-Pro.

If you deployed iRedMail with the standalone iRedMail installer, you can get download link of this new release by following steps below:

  • Login to iRedAdmin-Pro as global admin

  • Click "License" on the top-right corner, it will show you basic license info and a "Download" button if new version is available for upgrading.

If above steps don't work for you, please send an email to support @ iredmail.org to get download link of the latest release.

Below are detailed changes since iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.1:

RESTful API
  • Able to add new or remove existing mail forwarding addresses. URL: `PUT /api/user/<mail>`, parameter names: `addForwarding`, `removeForwarding`

Improvements
  • Disallow few characters while creating new mail account: +, =, /.

  • Simplify uwsgi log format.

  • Various code cleanup.

Fixed issues
  • Incorrect syslog id in uwsgi config file.

  • Log of outbound session with sasl_username filter doesn't work.

  • Incorrect pagination on smtp session history page.

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Re: iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.2 has been released

Installed and working - thanks. On the user list pages, I see that I can sort by last logged in date, but only per page. Is there any way to configure it like the quota sort, so that it sorts all users?

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Re: iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.2 has been released

jstewart wrote:

I see that I can sort by last logged in date, but only per page. Is there any way to configure it like the quota sort, so that it sorts all users?

I will try to implement this in future release. smile

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Re: iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-4.2 has been released

ZhangHuangbin wrote:
jstewart wrote:

I see that I can sort by last logged in date, but only per page. Is there any way to configure it like the quota sort, so that it sorts all users?

I will try to implement this in future release. smile

Thanks, I know I can run database queries, but this would be a very useful feature to deal with inactive accounts.