AXIGEN v1.0.1

Category: Product Releases
Published on September 30, 2005

One tool - multiple services: now AXIGEN includes webadministration and CLI (Command Line Interface) and many more:

1. Release Notes:
- New WEBadmin module is available, which allows remote administration for the AXIGEN Mail Server via HTTP, using a browser
- NEW CLI module is available, which allows remote administration for the AXIGEN Mail Server, using automated scripts
- Location change: the main configuration file's location has moved from /etc/opt/axigen to /var/opt/axigen/run
- New feature: added quota support, both at domain level and user level
- New feature: added limitation for number of mails that can be sent in one hour, both at domain level and user level
- New feature: The queue size is now configurable
- The Incoming and Outgoing smtp modules can match both incoming and outgoing clients
- A 'Force Queue' feature is available from CLI and Webadmin modules, which will reschedule all mails from the queue
- IMAP search function has been improved for speed
- Documentation: Log rules/actions are better explained in the sample axigen.cfg file
- Documentation: The 'catch all' client is better explained in the sample axigen.cfg file
- Change: the 'catch all' client is now dumped in the run-time axigen.cfg file
- New feature: the provisioner tool returns, now, an error message when the maximum domains number has been reached

2. Main Issues Fixed

- Fixed several crashes when dealing with adding aliases for accounts and domains
- Fixed some circumstances when the server wasn't stopping when receiving the TERM signal
- fixed some typos in the messages returned by the Webadmin and CLI modules
- fixed incorrect log removal from Webadmin