[Dovecot] v1.1.6 released
bhayden at umn.edu
Wed Nov 19 22:29:09 EET 2008
On Nov 19 2008, Adam McDougall wrote:
>Just wanted to mention that 1.1.6 seems fine so far in our testing, and
>I think the lack of reported problems on the mailing list is probably a
>very good sign!
We're running 1.1.4 in production on one machine, and have tried 1.1.5. and
1.1.6 in our test environment... all three still sometimes have the "next
message unexpectedly lost" error logged. This happens only for Outlook
users, and corresponds to the user seeing a message with no subject or body
in Outlook's list.
Other clients see the message fine. Effective workarounds:
1. Delete index files.
2. Have the user use a client such as Pine to "bounce" the message, or
reply to it, or etc. After this Outlook can display it. We've sort of
inferred that this is due to the fact that it's technically a "new" message
now, as it is rewritten to add the appropriate header fields.
I sent in a bug report with dovecot -n output and etc a couple of weeks
ago; that info still holds.
University of Minnesota
>Timo Sirainen wrote:
>> The invalid message address parsing bug is pretty important since it
>> allows a remote user to send broken mail headers and prevent the
>> recipient from accessing the mailbox afterwards, because the process
>> will always just crash trying to parse the header. This is assuming that
>> the IMAP client uses FETCH ENVELOPE command, not all do. Note that it
>> doesn't affect versions older than v1.1.4.
>> + dovecot -n and -a now prints some system information at the top.
>> + More error/debug message logging improvements.
>> - pop3-login: Fixed assert-crash if a client sent USER+PASS+USER+PASS
>> commands in the same IP packet.
>> - Parsing an invalid message address like "From: (" caused an
>> assert-crash in v1.1.4 and v1.1.5.
>> - Folding whitespace wasn't handled correctly inside quoted-strings,
>> causing some messages to be parsed incorrectly.
>> - mbox: Fixed saving messages that begin with a valid From_-line.
UMN OIT Internet Services
More information about the dovecot