Webmin version 1.390 is now available for download from
http://www.webmin.com/ and mirror sites. This release includes
the following changes :
- Added support for LDAP and MySQL maps to the Postfix module.
If the right Perl modules are installed, these can be edited
like regular maps. Also added a popup map-chooser window for
connecting Postfix to an LDAP or MySQL database.
- Added MySQL and LDAP support to the SpamAssassin module, so that
directives in those databases can be viewed and edited. Also added
a page for configuring SpamAssassin to use them.
- A new logo in the right-hand frame and browser icon.
- Added directory creation options to the MySQL and PostgreSQL module
- The format for most displayed dates can be configured for Webmin
- Bacula backup schedules can now have a level and pool specified.
- When a Webmin user inherits modules from a group, those modules
can no longer be removed or have their ACLs changed.
- Many translation updates, including German, Korean and Catalan.
- Freeze and un-freeze buttons in the BIND module.
- A bunch of other small fixes and improvments.
Also available is Usermin 1.310, which includes the changes :
- The current folder position is now preserved when reading and
replying to email.
- When using an IMAP inbox, the read and special flags are now
fetched from and updated on the IMAP server, rather than in a
separate file kept by Usermin. This allows them to be synced
with other IMAP clients like Thunderbird and Outlook.
- Many improvements to the way attachments are displayed when
reading or forwarding mail, such as use of tables, links to
download and view, and nicer type descriptions.
- When replying to or forwarding an HTML message with inline
images, they are properly preserved in the new email.
- Added Preferences page options to move email to the inbox when
whitelisting or reporting a non-spam.
- Added links to download all attachments from a message as a ZIP
file, and to show all attached images on a single page as a slideshow.
- Embedded images from Outlook are properly displayed.
- Added a Preferences page option to control the wrapping of text messages.
- Added links to select read, unread and special messages.
- Added global configuration settings to use MySQL, PostgreSQL or
LDAP backends for storing SpamAssassin preferences.
As always, please send me any bug reports or feature suggestions that
you might have.