Release Notes: An improvement in smart relaying (taking care of re-bounced email). Fixes a bug within the B64 routine that could make one of the listening process crash in the SMTP authentication sequence.
Release Notes: This release adds a smart relaying improvement: when an IP is within the relayed list, "envelope from:" is checked to verify that the originator is known and still active. If the originator wants to use an external email reference (Hotmail, Gmail, etc.), this external email address must be found within a "multi-path" list and linked to an active known user. This is to avoid relay spam when the end user workstation is compromised and an unrelated "envelope from:" is used by the bots. Various small bugfixes and log improvements have been added.
Release Notes: This release supports TLS-encrypted authentication on POP3 and IMAP channels (used to check user credentials while posting email messages), and fixes a bug within a SQL call which made all SMTP input freeze once in a while (timing-dependant). Users are strongly advised to upgrade.
Release Notes: A segmentation violation (memory core dump) in some banned list exchanges was fixed.
Release Notes: Incorrectly reported status when remote rejected email in transit at signon level has been fixed. Shell script delay report sent to user has been fixed. Echo suppression in the IP banned exchange list has been added. This release uses a very flexible garbage collector to recover memory leaked within Yacc parsing in the phase error recovery processes.
Release Notes: IP_banned email status can be overridden by standard users now. The banned list scan process was staying in zombie state, locking out the next scan; such updates were not transmitted to trusted remote (major bug). Group interface and cron activation days can all be unselected (if at least one day was not selected, saving this new configuration was not working). When a quarantined email is recalled, this release uses E-From domain instead of H-from domain. If both domains were not the same, the override directive was not working correctly with the next email.
Release Notes: This release improves trusted/banned remote SMTP site detection speed. The banned list is now shared among trusted SMTP servers.
Release Notes: This release added support for PHP versions older than 5.2, which were missing a time zone list. For CentOS 5.2 to 5.8, PHP 5.3 is provided if the "extra" repository is enabled in your Clement repository. Upgrading is strongly recommended.
Release Notes: Many improvements were made. "Quarantine list scheduler" can now be defined from the Web interface. Clement is now able to classify an IP as "fully banned" according previously received email. Statistical information about "to be banned server" is extracted from previous email logs within the database. A SMTP protocol extension allows a server within a trusted mesh to share data about banned remote servers. User authentication using IMAP protocol is now available (group in remote server mode). A SSL port is now available for receiving encrypted email.
Release Notes: Relayed IP/mask are now linked to a groupid. Bubble help to major configuration interfaces. An updated Clement FAQ. Better journalling when a remote server is sending a request with a syntax error. Support script bugfixes. Works with clamav 0.97-3. A repo is available for clement-el6.2.rpm.