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Topic: iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, and introduce Spider Email Archiver

Dear all,

iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, it's a small bug fix release.

Here's major changes since iRedMail-1.5.2:

Supports new distribution release
  • Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (jammy)

Improvements
  • [SOGo] Create SQL VIEW in `vmail` database, so that end users can change their own passwords.

Updated packages
  • iRedAdmin -> 1.7

  • netdata -> 1.34.1

  • mlmmjadmin -> 3.1.4

Introduce "Spider Email Archiver"

Spider Email Archiver is a lightweight, resource efficient email archiving software developed by iRedMail team, you can find more details on its own web site: https://spider-archiver.com/ .

It's not considered as production ready, please don't run it on production server now. Feedback, suggestions are all welcome. smile

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

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Re: iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, and introduce Spider Email Archiver

I need to upgrade  iRedMail from 1.3.2 onward. Where I can get the download.
For iRedAdmin-Pro I am getting through email.

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Re: iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, and introduce Spider Email Archiver

Hello,

thank you for the upgrade.

A question about compatibility with php8.1, which is by default used by Ubuntu 22.04: roundcube 1.5 is not fully compatible with php8.1, specifically with the LDAP address book, which is by default configured when using roundcubemail with iRedmail (see also https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues/8151)

Luckily we don't use the Global LDAP address book, but before we upgrade our server to 22.04, I would like to know if everything else is working well (sogo, iRedmailPro to which we have a subscription, spamfilter, etc)

kind regards

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Re: iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, and introduce Spider Email Archiver

Better wait for Roundcube 1.6.0 stable release, it's now in RC stage and should be stable in few months.

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Re: iRedMail-1.6.0 has been released, and introduce Spider Email Archiver

Thanks as always for the new release.

One question: the upgrade instructions have a fairly lengthy sequence of changes for PostgreSQL users, but nothing at all for other databases. I'd just like to confirm that as MariaDB users, we have no database changes to make?

Perhaps you might put something in the docs that clarifies this, eg :

For PostgreSQL backend
blah
blah

For other backend databases
No changes required