v2.3.4 released (Pigeonhole v0.5.4)
stephan at rename-it.nl
Fri Nov 23 14:48:40 EET 2018
Associated release for Pigeonhole:
Binary packages included in https://repo.dovecot.org/
* Adjustments to several changes in Dovecot v2.3.4 make this Pigeonhole
release dependent on that Dovecot release; it will not compile against
older Dovecot versions. And, conversely, you need to upgrade
Pigeonhole when upgrading Dovecot to v2.3.4.
* The changes regarding the default postmaster_address in Dovecot v2.3.4
mainly apply to Pigeonhole. The new default should work for all
existing installations, thereby fixing several reported v2.3/v0.5
- IMAP FILTER=SIEVE capability: Fix assert crash occurring when running
UID FILTER on a Sieve script with errors.
Op 23-11-2018 om 13:29 schreef Timo Sirainen:
> Binary packages in https://repo.dovecot.org/
> * The default postmaster_address is now "postmaster@<user domain or
> server hostname>". If username contains the @domain part, that's
> used. If not, then the server's hostname is used.
> * "doveadm stats dump" now returns two decimals for the "avg" field.
> + Added push notification driver that uses a Lua script
> + Added new SQL, DNS and connection events.
> See https://wiki2.dovecot.org/Events
> + Added "doveadm mailbox cache purge" command.
> + Added events API support for Lua scripts
> + doveadm force-resync -f parameter performs "index fsck" while opening
> the index. This may be useful to fix some types of broken index files.
> This may become the default behavior in a later version.
> - director: Kicking a user crashes if login process is very slow
> - pop3_no_flag_updates=no: Don't expunge DELEted and RETRed messages
> unless QUIT is sent.
> - auth: Fix crypt() segfault with glibc-2.28+
> - imap: Running UID FILTER script with errors assert-crashes
> - dsync, pop3-migration: POP3 UIDLs weren't added to
> dovecot.index.cache while mails were saved.
> - dict clients may have been using 100% CPU while waiting for dict
> server to finish commands.
> - doveadm user: Fixed user listing via HTTP API
> - All levels of Cassandra log messages were logged as Dovecot errors.
> - http/smtp client may have crashed after SSL handshake
> - Lua auth converted strings that looked like numbers into numbers.
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