Build 20190813

Changelog

  • Improved template configuration with display of current admin and selection of additional options (MMA-1011) 
  • Enhanced outgoing delivery IP management (MMA-1856, MMA-2040) 
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Build 20190806

Changelog

  • Resolved: Fixed issue where preview rsyslog servelogs were being sent with status template instead of mail template (MMA-2058) 
  • Resolved: Corrected issue where some Protection Reports were not being sent (MMA-2059) 
  • Resolved: Fixed issue to display suggested values for the preview remote syslog templates (MMA-1770) 
  • Improved: “Name” field on the Network Tools page has been renamed to “Hostname/IP” (4bfbc40387) 

 

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Build 20190723

Changelog

Filtering (services): 

  • Resolved: Update logging queue status for messages with dropped connections (MMA-1362)  

Front-end / GUI: 

  • Resolved: Inclusion of Domain ID in CSV custom rule export and import (MMA-1443) 
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Build 20190716

What’s new this week

Summary Information

When using a page that provides a table that includes one or more columns that is a number, you can now optionally include an average or total summary row. If you group the results, then you’ll get both average/total rows for each group, and an overall row.

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Build 20190709

Changelog

Filtering (services): 

  • Resolved: allow sending messages from an alias sender or alias domain when “enforce sender” is enabled (MMA-1342)
  • Changed: the “action_code”, “classification”, “classification_code”, and “classification_details” codes for the remote syslog functionality have been removed (MMA-1484)

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Build 20190702

Changelog 

Filtering (services): 

  • Resolved: fixed issue sending messages from an alias sender or alias domain when “enforce sender” is enabled (MMA-1342) 
  • Resolved: fixed issues rebuilding the message content index for certain messages (MMA-1404)
  • Resolved: fixed issues processing extremely large archived messages (MMA-1347) 
  • Resolved: if a quarantine server was unavailable, this could result in delays storing messages on other quarantine servers (b93b562acf)
  • Resolved: fix an issue that could result in Email Scout Reports incorrectly being sent (7b15493c39168cbcafa5) 

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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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