Topic: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.5 has been released

Dear all,

iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.5 (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.

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-4.4:

  • Python-3.5 or later is required. Python-2 support has been dropped completely.

Fixed issues
  • Cannot always successfully start `iredadmin` service on FreeBSD.

  • Can not get count of banned IP addresses in some case.

  • Not validate whitelist addresses for greylisting service.

  • Not remove non-existing addresses in same domain while updating per-domain catch-all addresses.

  • Can not set relay without verifying local recipients.

  • Fix few functions which takes no keyword arguments.

  • Not validate existence of local email address(es) while updating per-user BCC addresses.

  • Not keep pagination after performed action on user list page.

  • `Top Senders` on Dashboard page doesn't work.

Updated translations
  • Japanese (ja_JP). Thanks Osakana Taro (osakanataro@github).

  • Danish (da_DK). Thanks Søren Mortensen <sm _at_ upnavigator.dk>.


Spider Email Archiver: On-Premises, lightweight email archiving software developed by iRedMail team. Stable release is out.


Re: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.5 has been released

For a MariaDB system that currently runs iRedMail-1.3, is it necessary to upgrade to iRedMail-1.3.1 and then iRedMail-1.3.2, or is it OK to upgrade directly to iRedMail-1.3.2 before upgrading iRedAdmin-Pro?



Re: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-4.5 has been released

cvcvelo wrote:

For a MariaDB system that currently runs iRedMail-1.3, is it necessary to upgrade to iRedMail-1.3.1 and then iRedMail-1.3.2

It's a MUST. Do not skip releases.