Release Notes: This release implements SSL certificate-based authentication for IMAP, POP3, and SMTP services.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to use GnuTLS as an alternative to OpenSSL for SSL/TLS support.
Release Notes: This release fixes many problems with displaying and composing HTML mail using the webmail server. New commands were added to manage backscatter suppresion lists. Large code sections were cleaned up to use modern C++ STL, with improved portability and maintenance. Courier's license is now GPL 3.
Release Notes: This release introduces a Web-based interface to couriermlm, implementing complete, browser-based mailing list administration functionality.
Release Notes: An internal function was renamed to avoid a name clash on OpenBSD. A typo in the autoresponder HTML template was fixed. A bug in sorting of multiple Courier filter modules was fixed.
Release Notes: Delivery Status Notification (DSN) message templates were redesigned to be i18n-able. Courier will now try harder to deliver mail to domains that suffer from partial DNS outage and whose DNS MX data can only be partially retrieved. LDAP mail alias code was updated to the OpenLDAP 2.3 API. The Webmail configuration script now knows where NetBSD keeps its timezone data. Many compiler warnings and documentation typos were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in handling of certain mailing list messages that may cause some processes to hang. This release also includes many enhancements to the Webmail server, and several minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for minor bugs in the Web mail server and adds a new "meta-HTML" style of created messages. A new outgoing ESMTP option was added that sets the server's host name, on multi-homed hosts, based on the message connection's outgoing IP address. A new optional setting was added that bounces messages to their authenticated return address instead of the return address specified by the sending email client.
Release Notes: This release contains fixes for several potential cross-site scripting exploits in the Web mail server. An updated mail filtering engine and several minor bugfixes in the IMAP server were also included.
Release Notes: This is an errata release that fixes a bug in SPF checking code. Soft DNS failures weren't handled properly when looking up SPF records.