Subject: [vchkpw] Vpopmail 5.3.30 released
> http://vpopmail.sf.net/ > > This should fix all known problems with 5.3.29. > > Michael Bowe > - Fixed logic error in update_rules(), to prevent "update_rules > failed" error being generated on the first attempt for a > roaming user to POP auth  > - Remove "id" column in PostgeSQL's vpopmail table. > This column appears to serve no purpose, and causes errors > when you try to insert your first domain  > - Added installation instructions for PostgreSQL to the > README.pgsql file  > - Made the default ~vpopmail/etc/vpopmail.mysql file more > verbose/descriptive > - Cleared two bugs in the vauth_getall() funcion of vpgsql.c > These bugs were in particular causing qmailadmin not to be > able to display a list of users for a domain  > - Modified ifdefs throughout suite to clear compile failures > with some of the auth backends if you configured with > --enable-auth-logging=n  > > Tom Collins > - Install a vlimits.default file if none exists (fixes "can't > read domain limits" errors). [828428,828658] > - Allow for comments in vlimits.default and .qmailadmin-limits. > - Ignore K/KB/M/MB modifiers on vmoddomlimits -Q.  > - Update help for vmoddomlimits to indicate that -Q is MB. > > Justin Heesemann > - Add -d option to vmoddomlimits to work with vlimits.default. > - Fix bitwise AND when setting pw_gid. > - Fix bug when setting NO_DIALUP.  > > Bill Shupp > - Set uid/gid when creating maildirsize in vuserinfo. [832588,832592] > > Dmitry Vodennikov > - Save/restore current working directory before/after calling > vdelfiles() in vdeldomain().  > > Rolf Eike Beer > - Fix some prototypes and typecasts in maildirquota.c to allow for > compilation with cc on HP-UX 11.00.  > - Add vchangepw program to allow any user to change their password > (modified from vpasswd).  > > -- > Tom Collins - [EMAIL PROTECTED] > QmailAdmin: http://qmailadmin.sf.net/ Vpopmail: http://vpopmail.sf.net/ > Info on the Sniffter hand-held Network Tester: http://sniffter.com/ > > Is this release to be considered useable in a production environment where 5.3.29 was not?