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  •  19 Mar 2009 22:07
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    Release Notes: This release includes major internal changes in the way modules load common Webmin libraries, which should reduce memory use and speed up the UI. In addition, Webmin 1.470 contains translation updates, FreeBSD 7.1 and Debian Lenny fixes, UI improvements, Apache IPv6 support, and more.

    •  28 Jan 2009 23:45
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      Release Notes: This version makes the user interface in several modules more consistent, improves Russian and Dutch translations, and has full DNSSEC support, UI improvements in many modules, Blowfish password support, and many many more features and bugfixes.

      •  31 Oct 2008 03:53
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        Release Notes: This release makes the user interface in several modules more consistent, improves the look of the default theme, updates Hungarian, Catalan, and Japanese translations, adds features to the BIND and DHCP modules, fixes many small bugs, and much more.

        •  16 Aug 2008 04:35
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          Release Notes: This update includes a new TCP Wrappers module, many translation updates, several BIND module improvements, support for Linux I/O scheduling classes, and much more.

          •  28 May 2008 03:13
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            Release Notes: This version includes fixes for Ubuntu 8.04, the ability to configure Dovecot locking, indexes and control files, better Postfix SMTP client restriction management, a debugging log file, and Korean and Dutch updates.

            •  31 Mar 2008 01:09
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              Release Notes: This Webmin update includes big Czech and Dutch updates, more control over Webmin passwords, support for IPFW and bootup actions on OS X, many LDAP improvements, customizable status monitoring messages, and much more.

              •  10 Feb 2008 08:22
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                Release Notes: Links from unknown referers are no longer allowed by default, to block XSS attacks. Many modules have been converted to use the new Webmin UI library. New layouts were added for the cron, LVM, and fdisk modules. MySQL login fixes, variable searching, and UI cleanups were done. Editing of Sendmail ports is now easier. Outgoing BCC mapping support for Postfix was added.

                •  22 Dec 2007 08:06
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                  Release Notes: This version adds the LDAP Server module, Postfix map fixes, better support for PAM includes, VLANs and channel bonding, a search field, support for the FreeBSD IPFW file format, Italian and Catalan updates, and more.

                  •  08 Nov 2007 23:03
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                    Release Notes: This release adds support for LDAP and MySQL maps to the Postfix module. It adds MySQL and LDAP support to the SpamAssassin module. There is a new logo in the right-hand frame and browser icon. Directory creation options have been added to the MySQL and PostgreSQL module backup pages. The format for most displayed dates can be configured for Webmin and Usermin. Bacula backup schedules can now have a level and pool specified. When a Webmin user inherits modules from a group, those modules can no longer be removed or have their ACLs changed.

                    •  21 Sep 2007 18:19
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                      Release Notes: Password quality and age restrictions have been added for Webmin users. DNS records can be added to multiple domains at once. Postfix SMTP authentication and encryption options. Auto-detection of installed Apache modules. Better Bacula support on Mandriva. Support for RAID 10 and MDADM monitoring. Better support for comments and long zone names in the Shorewall module.

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