Moohoo everyone! Our dear mailcow has taken the plunge into social media: Twitter! There she will provide you with new release information or small hints about possible new features as well as general information about the mailcow project. Of course you can also tweet about your experiences with mailcow. Just use the Twitter handle: @mailcow_email. We look forward to getting in touch with you there and keeping you up to date.
Moohoo everyone, Niklas here with the latest changelog for our beloved mailcow email software! This month there is a big chunk of changes, some of them even very important regarding 2FA, but more about that later. First of all we would like to thank you for your loyalty and cooperation, because without you the mailcow project wouldn’t be where it is now ❤️ We would also like to apologize for the fact that we are only now releasing a new update (master branch release), because some of the fixes included in this update (SOGo e.
Moohoo everyone! Due to the recent accidents regarding the Java library log4j we would like to inform you, that your mailcow is NOT affected directly by this. Yes, it is true, that the Solr Container is a Java application which is affected by the log4j security breach. BUT solr is NOT accessible from the outside of the mailcow stack! For those who are worried we released a Solr Hotfix which is fixing the log4j issue with the simple flag +EXTRA_ARGS+=('-Dlog4j2.
Moohoo everyone! Niklas here to present you the latest news around our lovely mailcow :) Let’s get started, shall we? Major changes from November 2021 for the mailcow stack: SOGo update to 5.3.0 Dovecot update to 2.3.17 ClamAV update to 0.103.4 [Web] Auto-generated app passwords for Apple configuration profiles Please consider updating your mailcow stack to ensure a stable environment. All changes from November 2021 for the mailcow stack (newest to oldest): 30th November 2021:
A big thanks to Kristian Feldsam for integrating Twig. We are closer to Bootstrap 5 than ever. That’s a big change we hope to finish soon. Furthermore we introduce our new cold standby solution. With this new script you are able to create a fully working, 1:1, consistent copy of your running mailcow without downtime. Disaster recovery of a mailcow is as easy as switching IPs and running “up -d”.
Girls, guys and cows, Development is not stuck, we just have trouble handling many requests of new customers. Combined with cases of illness, vacation and the usual business we are really under stress. We are also reworking the design a bit, that’s a WIP and will take a while. The first new prints will probably be seen on our new cars @ tinc. We are very excited! There are also plans for a mailcow.
Dear cows, For organizations in Spanish-speaking countries I would recommend you check out Xubium. They are a Latin-American company with expertise in mailcow that works with our infrastructure and support to provide a fully managed email service to medium and small businesses. Xubium is an amazing company to work with, it has our recommendation by all means.
Hi, If you updated your mailcow between 25th August and 2nd September 2021 you most likely encounter a settings map memory leak in Rspamd that was fixed just now. Besides that, we also heavily reduced the map hammering with another change in the map generator. Update time! André