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News and Infos
First of all, a big, big sorry for the long radio silence here.
We have not forgotten the blog here and will also fill this again with content, probably once a month as a summary of what has happened with the updates, which now (actually) come more spontaneously and more often and with more innovations instead of “ONLY” bug fixes, etc..
But in this blogpost we would like to draw your attention to a mysterious thing:
The mailcow team is back with some exciting news about our beloved mailcow project!
But this time we are doing something a bit different than usual (at least here with the blog post entry)
As you may have noticed in the last few weeks, a new AI has been making the rounds on the Internet: ChatGPT.
So we thought: “Hey, why don’t we let the bot write our changelog in text form?
To end the chaotic year 2022 in a worthy manner, the time has finally come. The long awaited Bootstrap 5 update is finally here!
As already mentioned in some posts, this update marks only the turning point of the mailcow UI, because the new base (Bootstrap 5) will offer us many new possibilities and scope for new features in the future.
Because of the Bootstrap update the old UI was completely renewed and ported to the new version.
Due to the
2022-11a 2022-11b update, here are the changelogs of the 2022-11a 2022-11b update and the changes of the major version (2022-11).
We´ve released 2022-11b already!
Today not an update log of mailcow , instead a guide!
The topic is: install mailcow on Alpine Linux, because although the compatibility is not yet 100% guaranteed mailcow works pretty well on Alpine!
IntroductionIf you have ever dealt with the Linux world, you will probably have run across one or the other operating systems and may have heard the name Alpine Linux.
Because what makes Alpine Linux different from other distributions is its light weight.
Yesterday (on 25th October 2022) we´ve released the 2022-10 update.
This Update here contains a critical error with the spam filtering for several (not many), which ensures that no more emails can go out or come in.
We strongly advise you to update your mailcow installation which is updated with the 2022-10 update!!
We are moving in big steps towards the end of the year and despite the fact that the Bootstrap 5 UI update is still a bit more delayed (thanks for your patience by the way!) here is another small but nice mailcow update for you today.
2022-09a (Release: 30th September 2022)
- The Twig template system on which mailcow is based has been updated to version 3.4.3 and closes CVE-2022-39261.
Attention: This CVE is not critical for all mailcow users but only serves to update the packages.
It´s finally time: Our new mailcow Demos are here and live for you to test!
A small but important update for or against the current SOGo Sieve/mail sending problems is here!
We received countless messages about this and implemented a fix within tis update, which hopefully solves the problem for everyone.
For those who are interested: It’s probably related to the IPv6 support introduced in SOGo 5.7.1 and the internal IPv6 connectivity of mailcow´s Docker containers, which triggered connectivity issues with SOGo.
Yeah… however, this bug should be fixed now.