Topic: iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-2.5.0 has been released.

Dear all,

iRedAdmin-Pro-LDAP-2.5.0 (a.k.a. iRedAdmin-Pro for OpenLDAP backend) is now available for upgrading and purchasing.

How to download the latest iRedAdmin-Pro

iRedAdmin-Pro customers 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-2.4.0.

Remove components
  • Completely remove support for Policyd and Cluebringer. iRedMail shipped Policyd in very early releases, THANK YOU. GOODBYE.

  • tools/wblist_admin.py has been removed, it's available in iRedAPD-1.8.0.

  • Able to manage greylisting whitelist domains.

  • New option of 'Disabled self-service preferences' in domain profile page, under tab 'Advanced': View basic info of received mails.

  • Better spam policy control: able to control bypassing or quarantining detected spam/virus/banned/bad-header email.

Fixed issues
  • Cannot release quarantined email on some Linux distributions.

  • Improper maildir path if username contains more than 3 characters. Thanks bardzotrudny <bardzotrudnymail _at_ gmail> for the report in forum.

  • Cannot update throttle settings. Thanks ketan.aagja <ketan.aagja _at_ gmail> for the report in forum.

  • Not correctly set greylisting priorities. Thanks Animatrix <kurt6459 _at_ gmail> for the report in forum.

  • Cannot list mail users which start with specified letter.

  • Incorrect regular expressions of email address and domain name, cause several '404 page not found' errors, and cannot access user profile page whose email address contains a dot like 'abc.def@domain.com'.

Updated translations
  • Spain (es_ES). Thanks Juan Bou Riquer <jbou _at_ cancun.com.mx>.

  • Bulgarian (bg_BG). Thanks Пламен Василев <p.vasileff _at_ gmail.com>.