Release Notes: Several bugs related to SSL key generation were fixed, such as a short expiry time and the possibility of two keys with the same attributes being generated on different systems. The address book in the Read Mail module has been changed to allow easier selection of multiple addresses. The File Manager now supports sorting of the right-hand file list by clicking on column headings.
Release Notes: An SSL key is now generated at install time, instead of using a built-in key. This can also be done with the SSL Encryption page of the Usermin Configuration module. A Mount Filesystems module has been included for mounting and unmounting Linux systems with the 'user' option set, and RedHat 8.0 and SuSE 8.1 are now supported. Bugs that could cause the miniserv.pl process to use up all available CPU time were also fixed.
Release Notes: Support for MH directory folders and inbox to the Read Mail module, a new ability to restrict which modules are available to certain Unix users and groups, removing the feedback link from all pages, and new ports to UnitedLinux and Redhat 7.3.
Release Notes: Support for ~/mail folders or any external file was added to the Read Mail module. A Custom Commands module was added, which can run selected commands from Webmin. A System Documentation module was added, which is almost identical to the one in Webmin. Several other small bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds a Change User Details module for changing real name and shell, and an Apache Options Files module for editing .htaccess files, and improves the Procmail module to support conditional sections.
Release Notes: Added a new MySQL Database module and a new Procmail Mail Filter module.
Release Notes: Fixed a serious security hole that allowed a remote attacker to log in to Usermin as any user, and added a new Fetchmail Mail Retrieval module for configuring fetchmail.
Release Notes: The need for Authen::PAM was removed by reading the /etc/passwd or /etc/shadow file directly if it is not installed. A bug on some operating systems that prevents Webmin from starting at boot time if Usermin is also started at boot was fixed.
Release Notes: The ability to limit access to specific users was added. A few other minor changes and fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds a new Scheduled Commands module, and fixes problems with the GnuPG module on FreeBSD.