Release Notes: The PDF option "Send CC to replier" has been added. The S/MIME option "Skip import of untrusted certificates" has been added. The "Signing subject trigger" option has been added. Password strength check/estimate is added. French language support has been added to the portal. Support for right to left (RTL) has been added. Support for multiple SMS transports have been added. The DLP scanner now also extracts the meta content of MIME parts. Virtual Appliance: backup/restore from the console application. Remote samba mount; network setup from the Web GUI. Many other changes and improvements.
Release Notes: Security info tags can now be added to the subject. The S/MIME algorithm can be set per recipient or domain. The locale can be selected on the portal page. A CLI tool has been added for setting/getting user properties. Upgraded PostgreSQL JDBC drivers have been added (8.4 drivers were not compatible with PG 9). A Spanish translation for the portal has been added. Loading speed of the preferences page has improved. The user no longer has to log in after the portal signup. Under certain circumstances, Unicode characters were incorrectly encoded on the PDF reply page; this has been fixed. Compatibility with IE9 has improved. Other improvements and bugfixes have been added.
Release Notes: One Time Password (OTP) PDF encryption was added. The OTP can be generated by the recipient after logging into the portal. Email can be encrypted with additional certificates (aka escrow). The PDF reply page and quarantine viewer now support multiple languages (German, English, and Dutch). Messages with encrypted PDFs can be digitally signed. EJBCA integration was added, and certificates can be requested from an EJBCA server. A login page brute-force filter that blocks access for some time for an IP/user was added.
Release Notes: S/MIME setting: "Always use freshest signing certificate". PDF setting "Only encrypt if mandatory". DLP setting "Quarantine on failed encryption". Quarantined emails can now be "released as-is". Number of rows the grid should show per page can be set. Email in the MTA queue can be filtered. The MTA logs are now by default shown in "raw" format. Support for charsets not supported "out of the box" by Acrobat reader. In S/MIME "strict mode", the message is now always handled by the S/MIME handler.
Release Notes: This fixes a problem related to the DLP quarantine queue. A fix was made for GATEWAY-15 (https://jira.djigzo.com/browse/GATEWAY-15). If a message was placed in quarantine because of a DLP violation and the message-id or from header contained a "%" character, deleting the mail from quarantine resulted in an error. This version is only relevant if you are using the DLP functionality and quarantine messages that violate a DLP policy.
Release Notes: The most notable new feature is the inclusion of a Data Leak Prevention (DLP) module, which can be used to automatically scan outgoing email on keywords and regular expressions for sensitive data. S/MIME strict mode was added. Locally generated notifications are now signed. DSN is supported. A workaround was made for non-RFC-compliant SKI support from Outlook 2010.
Release Notes: The virtual appliance now allows you to specify which IP addresses can access the Web Admin login page. A fix was made for the bug that caused the message, "The PDF reply portal no longer attaches the uploaded attachment." This was a regression of a previous bug fix. A fix was made for the bug that caused the message, "The telephone number in the subject should be detected before removing the encryption trigger." The documentation has been updated and improved.
Release Notes: Different certificate request handlers can now be added using a pluggable infrastructure. A certificate request handler for Comodo has been added. Certificates can now be requested in bulk. An email encryption header trigger has been added. A certificate can now be automatically requested for a sender. The virtual appliance was upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. The PDF reply URL and body now support unicode characters.
Release Notes: Subdomain matching can now be set on the MTA configuration page. PFX passwords can be stored in the user preferences. SMTP client authentication can now be done. Support for IE8 was added. Debian 5 (Lenny) is now supported. Multipart/alternative calendar items are now detected. When SELinux was enabled and postfix was restarted by Djigzo, postfix no longer sometimes stops working. Upgrading with the RPM package now works correctly. The owner and file mode of the SSL certificate are no longer reset when upgrading the Debian packages.
Release Notes: RPM packages for Red Hat/CentOS are now available. S/MIME signatures can be selectively removed. S/MIME can selectively be skipped for calendar items. External resources via an optional configurable HTTP proxy. the password setting "Send to originator" has been added. Force signing trigger can be used to trigger S/MIME signing of a message using a special email header. Certificate Trust List has been added, which can be used to "white list" or "black list" certificates. Messages sent from BlackBerry (via BIS) can now be relayed through Djigzo.