The fuzzy storage is now enabled in mailcow, so please update your cows.
Please contact me, André, at email@example.com, if you want to share your spam mail with us. Old, unused domains with a high spam rate are very welcome!
There are a lot of other cool changes. We will create a new post for these soon!
Today we disabled the deprecated protocols TLS 1.0 and 1.1.
Unauthenticated mail via SMTP on port 25/tcp does still accept >= TLS 1.0 . It is better to accept a weak encryption than none at all.
How to re-enable weak protocols?
submission_smtpd_tls_mandatory_protocols = !SSLv2, !SSLv3
smtps_smtpd_tls_mandatory_protocols = !SSLv2, !SSLv3
ssl_min_protocol = TLSv1
Restart the affected services:
docker-compose restart postfix-mailcow dovecot-mailcow
Hint: You can enable TLS 1.2 in Windows 7.
Sorry for the lack of december update news.
Important change for SAL users (see “support development” on the right sidebar)
You can now set
WATCHDOG_EXTERNAL_CHECKS=y in mailcow.conf to enable an open relay check. The check is run about every minute.
In the future, you will be able to shut down Postfix whenever watchdog-mailcow detects an open relay.
Your source IP must match your mailcow IP, will only work with unmodified mailcows.
Important changes for all moos
A BIG THANK YOU to all supporters! Thank you so much for keeping mailcow alive. 🙂
Another BIG THANK YOU goes out to all contributors!
Changes (please also see the commit history)
[API] Added DKIM get route to api docs
[API] Added docs for new status api
[API] Added new status route to get some system infos
[API] Fixed api docs not being displayed correctly
[API] Make Solr API return data if Solr is enabled
[API] Update API docs with app password routes
[Rspamd] ARC remains active for forwards. Result: fully signed and trusted forwards and signed rejects in sieve.
[Rspamd] block all Office documents with macros
[CI] Added automated testing using drone (#3278)
[ClamAV] Whitelist JS in PDF – too many false-positives
[Web] Disable refresh button, while refreshing (#3199)
[Dovecot] Add map for app passwds
[Dovecot] Change LUA path
[Dovecot] Delete ham/spam hash if previously learned; Change LUA script pathes
[Dovecot] Drop logs
[Dovecot] Enable editheaders plugin in sieve for all users
[Dovecot] Fix app passwds: allow multiple pass hashes by using LUA construct
[Dovecot] Fix lua error when trying to escape empty domains
[Dovecot] Really strange race condition when reading an untouched LUA file on slower systems
[Dovecot] Remove CONTROL from shared namespace – thanks to @Keessaus
[Dovecot] Set BCC in quarantine notify
[Git] Ignore auto generated Dovecot LUA
[Git] Ignore whitelist.ign2
[IMPORTANT] If you run Ubuntu 16.04, upgrade your kernel to linux-generic-hwe-16.04
[Nginx] Catch case-insensitive /sogo$ request and redirect to /SOGo
[PHP-FPM] Remove useless flag for gd
[Postfix] Add bl.suomispam.net
[Postfix] Client rcpt rate limit set to 50
[Postfix] Set CA path for smtpd
[Postfix] Update Postscreen whitelist
[Rspamd] Add mailcow_networks map
[Rspamd] Allow empty envfrom for system mails, add only Dovecot to sign_networks and sign by header when sign_networks fires.
[Rspamd] allow_hdrfrom_mismatch true, auth_only false (sieve)
[Rspamd] Decrease weight of missed charset
[Rspamd] Do not normalise domains to eSLD for ARC
[Rspamd] Lower map watch interval
[Rspamd] Ratelimit for bounces reduced, max_rcpt for ratelimit increased
[Rspamd] SA trivial converter (wip)
[Rspamd] Set rspamd as trusted host, rspamd is not spoofing
[Rspamd] Split deprecated metrics.conf to actions.conf and groups.conf
[SOGo] Fix for whitespaces in mysql return; Order aliases
[SOGo] Make view more readable
[SOGo] Read build args
[SSL] fix bug with pruning old certificates (#3272)
[Update] Split metrics to actions and groups, warn if metrics is different from repo
[Web] Use main_name in the “Yubico OTP Authentifizierung” modal and in the mailbox edit modal.
[Watchdog] Add external check for open relay, requires SAL
[Watchdog] Fix ipv6 config check
[Watchdog] Retry to get current ACME log status, if empty (may fix watchdog mails on very busy servers – eg while running a backup)
[Watchdog] Revert acme-mailcow threshold to 1
[Watchdog] smtp-cli 3.10 (yay) and a new check for IPv6 configuration problems
[Web] Add “add” button to header of table
[Web] Add missing lang strings for edit
[Web] Add more password generator links
[Web] Add more map types soon; Do not expose private key via API if hidden in vars (fixes #3231)
[Web] Add more sieve presets
[Web] Add new preset for Rspamd settings map: Only allow specific senders to send to a mailbox
[Web] Allow to set BCC for quarantine
[Web] Allow to use data/web/css/build/0081-custom-mailcow.css for ignored overrides
[Web] Better mobileconfig handling
[Web] Complain about non-email email fields
[Web] Deleted hashes previously learned
[Web] Do not show Solr and Clam status when disabled, thanks to Tina
[Web] Feature: Allow app passwords for imap/smtp, allow to set acl permission for app passwords (domain admin [when logged in as user] and user)
[Web] Finally fix solr and clam status…
[Web] Fix global maps
[Web] Fix lang.en.json
[Web] Fix policy map selection for dane
[Web] Fix quarantine for sneaky dots, also fixes #3263
[Web] Fix Solr status and sort containers
[Web] Fix some major errors in app passwds but disable app passwds due to a show stopper… todo: fix asap
[Web] Fix some transport verifications
[Web] Fix transport validation for hostnames
[Web] Generate longer passwords for app passwords
[Web] Generate longer passwords for app passwords (edit was missing)
[Web] Get all app passwd ids for a single user by using get/app-passwd/all/user@domain
[Web] Hide app passwords from logs
[Web] hide echoed var
[Web] Make mobile usage less annoying; anchors for maps; sidebar for maps
[Web] Minor style fix and re-enable app passwds
[Web] Remove “add domain” from table when not admin, fixes #3267
[Web] Remove tracking for custom-mailcow css
[Web] Revert dropup to dropdown
[Web] Revert some style changes, mobile view should be fixes/better with bootstrap 4
[Web, Rspamd] Add bad language map, add map to mailcow UI
[Web] Show hint when SOGo admin login is enabed, fix sieve preset in API
[Web] Small adjustments to presets
[Web] Update languages
[Web] Various fixes for app passwd functions
Thanks a lot to Benjamin from nichteinschalten.de for creating this awesome blog post about mailcow.
Eigener und sicherer Mailserver einfach aufgesetzt: Mailcow
You may encounter errors with Dovecot or ClamAV (and probably other containers besides mailcow), if you run Ubuntu 16.04 with its default kernel 4.4 and Docker from the official Docker repository.
Please install the HWE kernel from the Ubuntu repository and reboot:
apt-get install --install-recommends -y linux-generic-hwe-16.04
The year is slowly coming to its end. We hope you will enjoy the last few weeks of the year.
Instead of writing down all commits you can already find on GitHub, we will only mention important changes or fixes dating back from the previous post until today. This mooonths updates includes:
- Watchdog now also watches the olefy container
- The SSL cert used by mailcow can now be split into multiple certs to overcome the 100 domains limit from Let’s Encrypt (docs). Thanks to @mhofer117
- The WebUi is now translated into Finnish 🇫🇮. Thanks to Mika
- Rspamd has been updated to version 2.1
- The MySQL memory usage has been tuned a lot to almost reduce it by 50%, thanks to @Thomas2500
- SOGo can now be opened by /sogo or /Sogo all of these will redirect the user to /SOGo
- More images are now based on Debian Buster
- Translations are now provided using JSON files, thanks to @tinect
- The preset management for custom Rspamd maps has been improved by @tinect
- Domain admins are now shown in the domain table, thanks to @heavygale
- More API docs have been added
- oAuth has been improved by @mkuron to work better with NextCloud
Instead of writing down all commits you can already find on GitHub, we will only mention important changes or fixes dating back from the previous post until today.
- Rspamd is now available in version 2.0
- Netfilter will now ban failed Rspamd logins
- oAuth support has been added (you can now use your mailcow as a oAuth service)
- The quarantine shows the correlating rspamd symbols – thanks to @friedPotat0
- It is now possible to download emails in .eml format from Quarantine – thanks to @friedPotat0
- Dovecot is now rebased on Debian Buster and supports TLS 1.3
- API docs are available via /api from your mailcow – thanks to @ntimo
- API – thanks to @ntimo
- Use proper status codes
- Return 404 if route is not found
- Only allow GET on get routes and POST on edit,del,add routes
- Fixed issue where API session was not invalidated correctly
- mailcow now returns a 502 status page, to let you know, that mailcow is not ready yet
- Domain admins that don’t have a domain assigned now get properly deleted – thanks to @flo1212 for the report
We just included MariaDB 10.3. If you run ./update.sh, you will encounter some errors in mysql-mailcow, that will be fixed by the upgrade process triggered by php-fpm-mailcow.
A SQL backup is recommended.
EN: If you have a mailcow support subscription, feel free to use the ticket system for assistance or help after a failed update.
DE: Falls ein mailcow Supportpaket gebucht wurde, helfen wir gerne beim Update der mailcow Installation oder bei etwaigen Problemen.
Sorry for the delay, mailcow was still worked on. Time is running too fast. 🙁
Instead of writing down all commits you can already find on GitHub, I will only mention important changes or fixes dating back from the previous post until today.
Edit: Forgot to say thanks to @irgendwr for fixing XSS!
- The GAL (Global Address List) is now enabled by default. Various actions like availability in calendars depends on it.
- Images are prefetched on ./update.sh (`–prefetch` will only prefetch images and exit)
- Added SOGO_EXPIRE_SESSION variable to mailcow.conf to define when a session in SOGo times out
- Added a whitelist map for IPs in Rspamd (`data/conf/rspamd/custom/ip_wl.map`, CIDR)
- SAL was introduced – an **optional** license with some benefits in the future. Think about basic monitoring etc. 🙂
- Various XSS fixes by @patschi and @irgendwr – thanks!
- Some services were finally ported to Py3 – thank you @zkryakgul! Also thank you for exposing your policyd password in your commit, we will take care of it.
- Added a bad word list, that triggers only, when received from a fishy tld (yes, that’s a new map, too)
- You can now allow a mailbox to send from an external domain or only a defined set of mail addresses (edit a mailbox to find this feature)
- @christianbur forces me to update the images more regulary, thank you.
- Various fixes and changes in mailcow UI
- Solr is now exposed to 127.0.0.1:18389 by default, you can setup a reverse proxy to browse its fancy UI – do not expose it to the internet!
- I broke the anonymize headers, again. @iiegn and @patschi pointed it out, thanks!
We also migrate existing installations.
Please see https://www.servercow.de/mailcow#managed for further information.