Build 20190611

Changelog

Filtering (services): 

  • Changed: outgoing filtering identities are only created when needed (fb879f2646)
  • Improved: optimized the log data expiry process to take reduce the required system resources (MMA-1336)

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Build 20190604

Changelog

Filtering (services): 

  • Resolved: improved handling of exceptionally large messages in quarantine (971d658874)
  • Resolved: ARF notification messages would show as queued, but were actually delivered (MMA-1354)
  • Resolved: improved handling of quarantined messages when a cluster has high load (MMA-1029)

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Build 20190528

Whats new this week: 

LDAP distribution list flag sync

The LDAP mailbox synchronization system has a new attribute that may be copied from the LDAP server: indicating if the mailbox is a distribution list. A default mapping is provided for newly added domains, so, if your LDAP server is configured in a standard way, and you’re using the default mapping, your distribution lists should be picked up automatically.

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Build 20190521

What’s new this week: 

Admin level custom filtering rules

It’s now possible to create filtering rules at admin level (that apply to all domains linked to that admin, including indirectly). To do this, simply use the “Admin Rules” tab and select the appropriate admin when creating the rule.

Admins also have a new “Inherited Rules” tab, where they can see (but not edit) rules that have been created by higher level admins. Domain-level users are able to see, but not edit, the rules that are applied to their mail (on the “Admin Rules” tab). If a domain-level user opts out of using the default rules, they are opted out of using the admin rules as well.

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Build 20190514

What’s new this week:  

Addition of Admin Aliases for login

A new page has been added “Manage Admin Aliases”. This page is used to configure multiple user/password credentials to log in as the same admin. For example, if you have three users that manage the same set of domains, then you can create an admin alias for each of them, rather than sharing the same set of admin credentials.

When an admin alias is used to log in, the user has the same permissions as the primary admin. You can see in the top bar the name of the main admin, and actions taken by the user will be logged against the admin alias for auditing purposes.

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Build 20190507

Whats new this week

Option to require delivery using TLS

The normal behavior for mail delivery is that a secure (TLS) connection is established whenever both the sending and receiving servers support it; all our servers support TLS, so a TLS connection will be used as long as the server on the other side has support. If a secure connection is required (ie. if one cannot be established delivery should fail) then the best way to handle this is to use DANE. However, DANE cannot require a TLS connection only for specific mailboxes, and can be complicated to configure, as it requires DNSSEC.   Continue reading

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Build 20190423

Filtering (services):

  • Resolved: solved an issue that could cause log expiry to take longer than previously (MMA-1238)
  • Resolved: messages with badly formatted date headers could cause log data rebuilds to fail (MMA-1235)
  • Resolved: fixed an issue parsing some messages sent by G-Suite after form submission (MMA-1187)

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Build 20190416

Filtering (services): 

  • Resolved: fixed an issue where the logging data would not reflect that a message was archived, when the local part of the address had mixed casing and some but not all recipients had whitelisted the message (MMA-1156) 

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Build 20190409

What’s new this week

Removal of archived messages

A possibility to remove messages from the archive has been added. This feature is not available by default, and can be enabled by support on a specific admin account on request. Removed messages continue to be stored encrypted until they expire, but will no longer be visible or accessible via the web interface. This option will automatically also apply to any sub-admins of the admin, and it cannot be disabled once enabled.

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Build 20190402

Filtering (services):

  • Resolved: fixed an error processing journal messages that wrongly contain a byte-order-mark character in the sender address (MMA-1083)
  • Resolved: fixed an issue that could leave messages with a “queued” status in the log when they had been delivered or expired from the delivery queue (MMA-1062)
  • Resolved: fixed an issue processing messages that contain a link to a short-URL service that starts with // (87d2a17198)
  • Resolved: fixed an issue where Protection Report sending could fail with badly formatted images (MMA-351)
  • Improved: adjusted log expiry to use less IO when there are many journaled domains (MMA-793)
  • Improved: adjusted the delivery details query backend to significantly improve performance (MMA-540)

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