ANNOUNCE - IndiMail 1.7.11 released

RELEASE NOTES

DATE: Fri Nov 5 06:56:34 IST 2010

This is Release 1.7.11 of IndiMail. The release has both source.tar.gz and RPMs.

This releases fixes few bugs listed in ChangeLog

This release includes the following files

README-1.7.11 (Introduction to IndiMail)
INSTALL-1.7.11 (Source Installation Instructions)
INSTALL-RPM-1.7.11 (Install Instructions using RPM)
INSTALL-MYSQL-1.7.11 (MySQL specific Installation Instructions)
README-CLUSTER (Steps on configuring a clustered setup)
Quick-INSTALL-1.7.11 (A minimal documentation on Installation/Configuration)
RELEASE-Notes-1.7.11 (This file)
indimail-1.7.11.tar.gz (IndiMail source)

IndiMail has two RPM / yum repositories for most of the Linux Distros at

Stable Releases
---------------

http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/indimail/

Bleeding Edge Releases
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IndiMail has RPM / yum repositories for the latest features being added. You will find
the bleeding edge RPMs at

http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/mbhangui/

You will find the RPMs for both 32bit and 64bit OS on the above
two repositories

Currently, the list of supported distributions for IndiMail is (for
both 32 and 64 bit) are

* SUSE
o openSUSE 11.3
o openSUSE 11.2
o openSUSE 11.1
o openSUSE 11.0
o SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1
o SUSE Linux Enterprise 11
o SUSE Linux Enterprise 10
o openSUSE Factory

* Red Hat
o Fedora 13
o Fedora 12
o Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5
o CentOS 5

* Mandriva Linux
o Mandriva 2010
o Mandriva 2009.1

ChangeLog

* Tue Nov 05 2010 mbhangui@gmail.com
Release 1.7.11 Start 05/08/2010
1. smtpd.c - Fixed few environment variables not getting set by envrules [3064035]
2. smtpd.c - Fixed wrong return value passed to log_rules()
3. instcheck.c - Fix for 64 bit systems
4. vfilter.c - display mda in errors when exec of mda fails
5. iwebadmin/user.c - fixed call to vadduser() function
6. qmail-dkim.c - Improved speed, Fixed SEGV
7. fetchmail upgraded to fetchmail-6.3.18
8. clamav upgraded to clamav-0.96.3
9. mail_acl() function moved to mail_acl.c

Posted by Manvendra Bhangui 2010-11-05

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