Topic: iRedMail-0.7.4 has been released.
iRedMail-0.7.4 stable release has been released.
Below's DRAFT plan for iRedMail-0.8, please don't hesitate to let us know your opinions:
Drop support for old Linux/BSD releases:
Ubuntu 8.04, 9.04, 9.10
openSUSE 11.3, 11.4
Arch Linux support. Maybe supported in iRedMail-0.7.5.
PostgreSQL support in both iRedMail and iRedAdmin-Pro
SpamAssassin: Bayesian spam filtering and self-learning
[PROBABLY] OpenBSD support
Major changes since iRedMail-0.7.3:
It now works on Ubuntu 11.10, openSUSE-12.1. iRedMail now supports 7 major Linux/BSD distributions, check full list here.
Store realtime mailbox quota in separate SQL table to avoid mailbox migration issue. MySQL backend special.
Add Policyd-2.0.x (code name "cluebringer") support on Ubuntu 11.10. Important Note: iRedAdmin-Pro doesn't support Policyd-2 yet, customers have to manage Policyd-2 with its built-in webui.
Enable two sample dovecot sieve filters in Roundcube webmail: Move spam to Junk, Vacation. Both are disabled by default. With these two samples, end users can easily set vacation message or move spam to Junk folder.
SPF verification is now enabled by default.
Apache daemon user doesn't have permission to read Apache log files in Awstats's cron job.
Incorrect per-user realtime mailbox quota if loggin in with shadowAddress. OpenLDAP backend only. Thanks tmihalicek tomislav.mihalicek @gmail>.
Incorrect per-user sieve_dir setting in Dovecot. Thanks cetex <oskar@cetex>.
Add missing INDEXes for Amavisd database: msgs.mail_id, (msgs.content, msgs.time_num), quarantine.mail_id. Thanks rjnena <rjnena@gmail>, David <dcharbonnier@gmail>.
Roundcube webmail -> 0.7.0.
phpMyAdmin -> 3.4.8
phpLDAPadmin -> 1.2.2
Addition tutorials you may be interested in:
Installing iRedMail And Mailman On Debian Squeeze, a HowtoForge article.
Debian + iRedMail + SOGo Groupware. Contributed by Luciano Pedron, 2011-06-04
Install iRedMail with LDAP backend and SOGo as Groupware, contribute by conheotiensinh
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