Topic: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-2.0 has been released.
iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL-2.0 (iRedAdmin-Pro for MySQL, MariaDB and PostgreSQL backends) is now available for your upgrading and purchasing.
We merged iRedAdmin-Pro-MySQL and iRedAdmin-Pro-PGSQL to be one edition: iRedAdmin-Pro-SQL. this way we removed a lot duplicate code and deliver a small and clean code base.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please upgrade iRedMail to the latest iRedMail-0.9.1 before upgrading iRedAdmin-Pro.
Upgrade tutorial is available here: http://www.iredmail.org/docs/migrate.or … admin.html
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-MySQL-1.9.2 and iRedAdmin-Pro-PGSQL-1.5.2:
Able to set per-domain and per-user time zone.
Allow to specify amavisd server address if amavisd and sql database are not running on the same host.
Able to filter out accounts by first character in email address or domain name.
Self-service is now a per-domain setting, not more global setting. Domain admin can enable/disable self-service in domain profile page, under tab 'Advanced'.
New script tool: tools/notify_quarantined_recipients.py. Used to query quarantined mails and notify local recipients (via email) they have emails quarantined on server and not delivered to their mailbox. It's ok to setup a cron job to run this script every, for example, 6 or 12 hours, it's up to you.
Able to white/blacklist senders on Quarantined Mails page.
Able to change email address of mail user/alias account in place.
Log profile update operations.
Show per-user mailbox quota in self-service preference page.
Pulling out plain text of HTML email while displaying quarantined email. NOTE: this feature requies Python module BeautifulSoup.
Able to use 'user@*' as white/blacklist sender.
New script tool: tools/submit_wblist.py, used to submit white/blacklist from command line. Sample usage:
# python tools/submit_wblist.py --blacklist 192.168.1.10 email@example.com
Cannot disable global throttling.
Cannot correctly redirect to page of certain type of quarantined mails after release/delete emails.
Not verify members in same domain while updating user forwarding.
Cannot list IPv6 address(es) assigned on network interface(s) on Dashboard page.
Cannot blacklist top-level domain name (e.g. @.com).
[mysql] Cannot delete alias account.