Release Notes: OS detection at install time was improved so that new versions will be automatically supported. The Change Password module now calls PAM properly so that restrictions on password quality and length are enforced. Support for groups was added to the Protected Web Directories module. A page was added in the SpamAssassin module for changing the destination for mail classified as spam.
Release Notes: A nasty bug that could cause configuration file permissions and ownership to be changed when the file is modified was fixed. Users can now be prevented from accessing certain directories by a new option on the module configuration page.
Release Notes: This release adds support for virtual folders in the Read Mail module. Spam can now be reported and blocked in both the mail listing and simple message pages in the Read Mail module. In the Scheduled Emails module, the text to send can now come from a file.
Release Notes: A Scheduled Emails module was added for sending messages at pre-set times or on a regular schedule. The Mail Forwarding module was updated to support the vacation program for sending automatic email replies. Support for sending and receiving delivery and disposition status notifications was added to the Read Mail module.
Release Notes: A DHTML-based HTML editor has been incorporated into the Read Mail module, which works far better than the previous Java-based editor. Support for selecting specific MySQL and PostgreSQL tables to back up has been added. An option has been added to the Change Password for updating the user's MySQL password at the same time as the Unix password. Support has been added for Solaris 10, SuSE 9.2, Mandrake 10.1, FreeBSD 5.3, and several Darwin versions.
Release Notes: Support was added for sending mail via an SMTP server that uses authentication to the Read Mail module. A check was added to prevent multiple clicks on the Delete button in the Read Mail module, which could cause the wrong messages to be removed. When PAM is used for authentication, expired passwords are now detected and the user is prompted to select a new password. A security problem that can occur at installation time only, if the /tmp/.webmin directory has already been created by a malicious user, was fixed.
Release Notes: The searching facilities of the SpamAssassin module were improved so that you can search by spam score or full body contents.
Release Notes: This release adds a configuration option to the Custom Commands module for limiting which commands are visible to which Unix users and groups. The SpamAssassin Mail Filter module now supports searching of the suspected Spam folder. The File Manager module can now download an entire directory as a ZIP, or tar.gz archive, and extract multiple files from an uploaded archive.
Release Notes: The Protected Web Directories module for managing .htaccess and htpasswd files, a field for doing a quick subject and sender search, an advanced multi-field and folder search form, trash folder support, and the ability to decode winmail.dat files and bounce messages to the Read Mail module have been added. In the GnuPG encryption module, secret keys can now be exported, and you can choose to export the key to a file instead of the browser.
Release Notes: This version adds support for asking a user whose password has expired to select a new one, on systems that use an /etc/shadow file. It adds buttons to the Read Mail module for reporting a spam message to Razor and blacklisting the sender, if the SpamAssassin module is installed. It adds support for listening on multiple IPs and ports.