Release Notes: This is intended to be a maintenance release and should be a drop-in replacement for 1.4.0. The Web interface now has "unprovision" links for individual accounts, as well as HTTP upload of CSV customer and charge data. Default external shell commands now update GECOS values and delete old home directories. vpopmail exporting has been updated, and a number of minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of the 1.4 branch.
Release Notes: This release fixes database setup problems and a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: The provisioning system now includes default remote commands to add/modify/delete users on most Linux distributions, NetBSD, and FreeBSD. Real-time editing of text RADIUS users files has been added, and a number of UI improvements have been made to the Web interface.
Release Notes: MySQL is now supported in addition to PostgreSQL. There is also a full Web editor for DNS zone files, including import from and export to BIND zone files on remote machines. Minor changes include welcome emails, searching on phone numbers, and approximate searching on username.
Release Notes: The export/provisioning system has been rewritten and is more flexible. A full history of all changes is now stored in the database. ICRADIUS/FreeRADIUS groups are now supported. The signup server has been updated, and Texas taxes are now handled properly.
Release Notes: This is a snapshot of the upcoming 1.4.0 release. 1.4.0 is a significant new release, including an overhauled web interface, new price plans (pro-rated, hourly, comission), new financials and reporting, and a large number of other new features.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for all known issues with 1.3.0.
Release Notes: Export of BIND and Apache configuration files. Session monitor to track and limit usage on a time (hourly/"minutely") basis. This can be used, with RADIUS, to keep track of NAS ports, and can also be used to implement hotel or cafe type access, where the user must sign in on a webpage before being granted access to the network. Prepaid cards can now be for an amount of time rather than money.
Release Notes: A new signup server with IE autoconfiguration support has been added.