Topic: iRedMail-0.9.1 has been released.
iRedMail-0.9.1 stable release has been released.
* Download it directly with this link: https://bitbucket.org/zhb/iredmail/down … .1.tar.bz2
* Upgrade tutorials are available here: http://www.iredmail.org/docs/iredmail.releases.html
Below are detailed changes since iRedMail-0.9.0:
Works on new distribution releases:
Debian 8, Ubuntu 15.04. Notes:
Roundcube and iRedAdmin are now stored under /opt/www.
Cluebringer is not installed due to package missing in official repo, that means your server doesn't support greylisting and throttling. We suggest you enable DNSBL service in Postfix to help fight spam, we will develop plugins for iRedAPD to offer greylisting and throttling features in the future.
SOGo is not installed due to package missing in upstream (SOGo) repo.
OpenBSD 5.7. Notes:
No official MySQL binary packages, so please use MariaDB instead.
Drop support for old distribution releases:
Ubuntu 12.04, 14.10. Please use Ubuntu 14.04 LTS or 15.04 instead.
Log most terminal output of iRedMail installation to file 'runtime/install.log', used for troubleshooting after installation.
Backup scripts are able to delete old backup copies. Default setting is keeping backup copies for 90 days.
[LDAP] Allow mailing list account to use attributes: gidNumber, memberUid.
Don't install both Apache and Nginx, just one of them.
Debian/Ubuntu package maintainer over-designed the post-install
script, it will restart service after package installed, if we have
both installed, installing another one will fail, because network
ports are used by the first one.
Same reason as above, if we have both installed, upgrading both of
them will trigger service restarting too. This may cause the
currently running web service cannot start.
Make Dovecot subscribe newly created folder automatically. Thanks Michael Telatynski <postmaster _at_ webdevguru.co.uk> for the patch.
Able to restrict user to login for specified IP addresses or networks, multiple IP addresses or networks must be separated by comma.
LDAP backend: IP addresses or networks must be listed in attribute `allowNets` in user object.
SQL backends: IP addresses or networks must be listed in SQL column `mailbox.allow_nets`.
Bypass greylisting for some big ISPs (samples/cluebringer/greylisting-whitelist.sql).
Setup Fail2ban to monitor SOGo log file.
Add two new Fail2ban filters to help catch spam.
Amavisd cannot ban zipped '.exe' file on RHEL/CentOS.
Install package `unrar` as rar unarchiver on RHEL/CentOS/Debian/Ubuntu.
Incorrect log file and owner/group in /etc/logrotate.d/policyd.
Cannot send email to email@example.com when per-domain catch-all is enabled. Note: not fixed with LDAP backend yet.
Cannot send mail with Roundcube and PHP 5.6.
Cannot run PHP scripts under web document root with Nginx.
Not use user's identity as envelope sender for 'return receipt' responses.
Not backup SOGo SQL database.
Incorrect path of command 'sogo-tool' on OpenBSD.
Not apply service restriction in Dovecot SQL query file while acting as SASL server.
Roundcube webmail -> 1.1.1
iRedAdmin -> 0.4.2 (open source edition).
iRedAPD -> 1.5.0.
uwsgi -> 2.0.10. OpenBSD only.
OpenLDAP backend: if you have catch-all account enabled for mail domain, email sent to firstname.lastname@example.org will be delivered to catch-all account.