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Modoboa

Modoboa is a Web based application to create, administrate, and use virtual domain hosting platforms. Modoboa stores its data in a SQL backend (like MySQL or PostgreSQL). Using this database, you can integrate Modoboa with other mail components, such as Postfix or Dovecot.

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Last announcement

Online demo available! 07 Dec 2011 14:56

At last, an online demonstration of Modoboa is available at http://modoboa.state-of-mind.de. Enjoy!

Recent releases

  •  15 Oct 2012 19:07

    Release Notes: This version improves PostgreSQL compatibility and tries to ease the installation of Modoboa with a new command line tool.

    •  10 Jul 2012 18:57

      Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release with a few new features, including per-domain amavis settings, a new Python package (available on the PyPI), and a Portuguese translation. Modoboa is now a true Django application.

      •  25 May 2012 08:09

        Release Notes: A new user interface using jQuery and Bootstrap, from Twitter. A new plugin to define per-admin restrictions on object creation (domains, mailboxes, etc.). An improved quarantine manager and faster Webmail. Many other improvements and fixes.

        •  24 Jan 2012 13:00

          Release Notes: This release has the ability to import mailboxes from a CSV file. Users can now change their LDAP password. Users can keep local copies of their forwarded messages. There are some bugfixes.

          •  12 Oct 2011 09:48

            Release Notes: Webmail now supports sending messages with attachments. Per-user language selection. Default top redirection (choose which application to display when none is specified). The ability to disable directory creation in the admin interface. Bugfixes.

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