Release Notes: This release fixes an authentication problem which posting email from Mac OS 7.1 (the authentication was never successful, the password was never seen). It is also able to define a specific IP as not relayable within a range of relayable IPs.
Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release, fixing a core dump event in banned/trusted server list generation. It fixes a local MX problem that caused email error rebounces to be lost if the domain was without a secondary MX.
Release Notes: This release fixed a problem where the number of "checker" processes within the configuration file was not used. This caused slow email processing if the number of incoming email binding was set to a high value (with over 100 emails received at the same time). All "checker" process were too busy making sure that received emails were good. The number of checkers must be roughly one for every ten incoming channels. Statistics for received, rejected, and quarantined emails were improved and can be displayed by site, group, domain, or user, and as pie charts.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with user authentication when the remote link for the user group was set to be POP3S over a SSL link, and provides better guidelines to download the application.
Release Notes: This is a small improvement release. It is compatible with Fedora 18 and its systemd init process. User-selected display setup (log page size) is now kept within all clement display part. A MySQL cron process impairing the spam detection learning process has been fixed.
Release Notes: The Clement email admin can now select a batch of in-transit email to be resent or cancelled. This can be done via the Web interface by clicking on all selected recipients.
Release Notes: This version's main improvement is the ability to define a user alias a piped process. This can be easily defined via the Web interface (domains manag. -> click user domain -> aliases -> New alias). A pipedemo.sh shell script can be used as a starting point.
Release Notes: This version's main improvement is the LDAP interface. It can now probe an LDAP server to check if a user exists (no need to define all users within Clement if you already have an LDAP server). This version adds list capabilities to find out which users are sending or receiving most of the email traffic (numbers or volumes). The email transit interface is improved, and allows you to select one email to be re-sent within a list of delayed messages. Current clement users can do an 'rpm update'; previous configurations are kept.
Release Notes: This production release fixes a small bug within Authentication (AUTH PLAIN) on the SMTP channel (working now with an LG smartphone type).
Release Notes: The local plain alias email is set as the good originator when working in smart relaying mode. bl.ipv6.spameatingmonkey.net was removed from the IPv6 default SBL server list, as it is no longer responding.