Release Notes: This is the first release of perdition in over a year. It includes lots of updates, particularly a fix for a potential buffer overflow in the Berkely DB module. The LDAP module can now use arbitrary URLs if compiled against OpenSSL 2.0.0 or newer. All asynchronous IMAP messages are now passed back to the end-user. The level to which add_domain pares down a domain is configurable. And SSL now works in inetd mode.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with the return value from an LDAP popmap lookup that may causes various problems, including a bogus username when username_from_database is in effect.
Release Notes: This release features various minor bugfixes and feature enhancements. In particular PID file creation on FreeBSD (and possibly others) has been fixed. A segmentation fault problem in the LDAP module has been resolved. Logging has been enhanced.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical segfault bug in 1.12 affecting the outgoing_server option. It also includes some minor documentation and build fixes. Users are strongly recomended to upgrade to 1.13 if they are using 1.12.
Release Notes: This release primarily consists of bugfixes, but does include a new module for send database queries to a daemon, which allows arbitrary popmap databases to be built programatically.
Release Notes: This version includes numerous bugfixes and feature enhancements over the previous stable release. New features of particular note are a Berkeley DB module, STARTTLS support, support for more sophisticated LDAP URLs, and greatly enhanced handling of SSL/TLS.
Release Notes: This beta should be considered a release candidate for 1.11. It includes a number of bugfixes including fixing the capability command for POP3S, resolution of a segmentation fault that occurred when using long usernames and the query_key, fixes to LDAP URL parsing, and the resolution of a segmentation fault in the ODBC module.
Release Notes: This beta should be considered a release candidate for 1.11. It includes a number of minor bug gixes as detailed in the ChangeLog.
Release Notes: This release candidate fixes a problem with passing back an IMAP server's response to a login attempt.
Release Notes: This beta includes a fix for a problem whereby if a client disconnects immediately after a new connection is received then Perdition may exit. This problem occurs sporadically, usually under situations of high load.