Topic: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.2 has been released
iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.2 (iRedAdmin-Pro for MySQL, MariaDB and PostgreSQL backends) is now available for upgrading and purchasing. This is a small bug fix release, but this bug may affect other features and cause SQL data integrity, so we think it's necessary to release a new version as soon as possible.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please upgrade iRedMail to the latest iRedMail-1.0 BEFORE upgrading iRedAdmin-Pro.
Upgrade tutorials for iRedAdmin-Pro are available here: http://www.iredmail.org/docs/migrate.or … admin.html
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-SQL-4.1.2:
Fixed: resetting mail forwarding (with `forwarding=`) generates incorrect SQL record.
Allow to mark domain as backup mx without specifying primary mx (Postfix will query DNS record to get primary mx).
Normal admin can not set min/max password lengths shorter/longer than global settings.
Able to disallow normal admin to manage min/max password lengths.
Able to view banned IP addresses (in Fail2ban). Note: This is available only when you setup iRedMail server with iRedMail Easy platform.
Not store password last change date while updating user password via RESTful API.
Not correctly remove user profiles while iRedAPD and Amavisd are disabled.
Modified irrelevant settings while updating admin profile.