New Available Build Notification (81544)

This is our spam / virus filter update for customers on the mx1 / mx2.tnpw.net filtering cluster. The information is brought to you by our vendor, SpamExperts.

What’s new this week: 

Front-end / GUI:

  • Resolved issue with the SpamPanel API call:api/admin/list/ not returning the proper result (#23432)
  • Resolved issue with calendar from the Outgoing / Incoming log search being misplaced (#23752)
  • Resolved issue with the outgoing filtering being active even after disabling Outgoing mail from Manage Products (#23774)

Plugins & Integration tools:

  • cPanel: Resolved PHP Warnings during installation (#23688)
  • cPanel: Adjusted text for `Check all domains` option (#23601)
  • cPanel: Optimized retrieval of domain list / Check status page (#23395)
  • Plesk: Resolved PHP Warnings during installation (#23688)
  • Plesk: Adjusted text for `Check all domains` option (#23601)
  • Plesk: Resolved issue with `This domain does not belong to you` error in Plesk 12 (#23641)
  • Plesk: Optimized retrieval of domain list / Check status page (#23395)
  • cPanel: Panel driver now catches the exceptions raised by the cPanel library (#13905)
  • cPanel: Resolved issue with the error Logout URL is not valid (#15901)
  • cPanel: Resolved issue with bulk-protect hanging (#23751)
  • cPanel: The diagnostics now checks if the hook is executable (#15242)
  • cPanel: You are now able to select the number of items you wish to see on a page (#22969)
  • cPanel: Resolved issue with Locales in addon not working (#23685)
  • Plesk: Resolved issue with the error Logout URL is not valid (#15901)
  • Plesk: The diagnostics now checks if the hook is executable (#15242)
  • Plesk: You are now able to select the number of items you wish to see on a page (#22969)
  • Plesk: Resolved issue with Locales in addon not working (#23685)

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New Available Build Notification (80690)

This is our spam / virus filter update for customers on the mx1 / mx2.tnpw.net filtering cluster. The information is brought to you by our vendor, SpamExperts.

What’s new this week: 

Filtering (services):

  • Improved the speed of simple API calls (#23475)
  • Improved the speed of the quarantine release system (from protection reports) (#23476)
  • Improved the speed of various API calls that interact with multiple filtering servers (#23300)
  • Added a new API method (api_list_lock_notification_templates) is available to list the configured lock notification templates (#23240)
  • The status of a message in the logging system now distinguishes between being queued and queued but frozen (#21933)

Front-end / GUI:

  • Resolved issue with the domain limit settings (#23438)
  • Resolved issue with the Apply button not working when removing the Software API Users (#23513)
  • Resolved issue with the Spam Panel API : “Error in exception handler” error (#23593)
  • Resolved issue with the IPv6 being incorrectly split when used as a Route (#23615)

Plugins & Integration tools:

  • cPanel: It is now possible to Update SPF records (#21243)
  • cPanel: Added checkboxes in the Domain Overview section to easily select several domains (#11980)
  • cPanel: Resolved issue with the Configuration Validation not requiring a correct password (#23546)
  • Plesk: Added checkboxes in the Domain Overview section to easily select several domains (#11980)
  • Plesk: Resolved issue with the Configuration Validation not requiring a correct password (#23546)

 

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New Available Build Notification (80229)

This is our spam / virus filter update for customers on the mx1 / mx2.tnpw.net filtering cluster. The information is brought to you by our vendor, SpamExperts.

 What’s new this week: 

Improvements to bandwidth overview with sub-admins
A web interface “super-admin” is able to see a bandwidth overview for all domains that are configured on the system.  However, at the admin level, only domains that belong to the admin directly would be included in the bandwidth overview.  Generally, an admin is interested not just in the bandwidth being used by their own domains, but also domains that belong to any of the “sub admins” as well.  With this week’s update, we’ve changed the bandwidth overview pages so that all the sub-admin’s domains (and the sub-admin’s sub-admins, and so on) are included on the page as well, so it’s more like the super-admin page.

Changelog

Filtering (services):

  • When a destination mail server rejects an email address that error message will be passed back to the sending server.  Note that this does not apply when the destination rejection is cached, which will be the majority of cases (#11866)
  • It’s now possible to use multiple values for the “status” filter in api_find_messages and related calls (#23288)
  • Improvements to the efficiency of updating the archiving search index, particularly on very busy clusters (#21508)
  • The API has new methods that let users disable the domain-level quarantine, and the email-user level quarantine is now enabled by default for all addresses (it can be disabled for specific addresses as required)(#22136)

Front-end / GUI:

  • Resolved issue with setting a default protection report template at admin level (#20204)
  • Added sub-admin information to the bandwidth overview pages (#22376)

Plugins & Integration tools:

  • cPanel: Enhancements made to Bulk Protect process (#23283)

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us.

 


New Available Build Notification (79757)

This is our spam / virus filter update for customers on the mx1 / mx2.tnpw.net filtering cluster. The information is brought to you by our vendor, SpamExperts.

 What’s new this week: 

Working with quarantined messages in log searches
The web interface offers a “spam quarantine” page, where you may inspect the messages that have been quarantined, and release any incorrectly classified messages.  This page offers some ability to search for messages, but is generally fairly limited.  The log search page, however, offers many ways to search for messages, and has many options around what information is displayed for each of the matching messages.

You’re now able to view, release, and remove messages from the quarantine directly from the log search results.  This functionality works just like it does on the quarantine page, but you’re able to combine it with the far more flexible options around searching and displaying results that the log search page offers.  To perform any of these actions, simply select the appropriate choice from the action drop-down on the far left of the row – like the quarantine page, you can also select multiple rows, and perform the action on all of them at once, using the “Apply to selected” choice at the bottom of the page.  Note that these choices will only appear for messages that were quarantined.

Changelog:

Filtering (services):

  • Resolved issue with the archiving storage definitions, passing a datetime.date object as the timestamp value, rather than a datetime.datetime (#23346)
  • The api_find_call_logs method is now returning UTC values, and the documentation was updated to show this (#23379)
  • The client_username and client_ip arguments for api_find_call_logs and api_count_call_logs have been renamed to search_client_username and search_client_ip (#23355)
  • When an outgoing message is destined for a filtered incoming domain, this will now always be routed to the local server rather than following normal delivery rules (#18200)
  • The api_get_delivery_errors API method now sources all data from the logging server, which will considerably improve speed, particularly on large clusters (#21628)
  • Significant improvements in the efficiency of archiving messages (#21150)
  • Two new API methods, api_get_delivery_queue_count and api_get_outgoing_delivery_queue_count have been added, that allow getting the number of messages in the delivery queue (#21465)
  • A new column, “delivery_data” is available in the api_find_messages and api_find_outgoing_messages methods (#23115)
  • Improvements to the efficiency of removing a domain (#23287)
  • The “True” and “force” values for the “include_in_progress” argument of the api_count_messages and api_count_outgoing_messages API calls are now deprecated (#79625)
  • The api_get_recipient_error_details API method has been deprecated (#21628)
  • The “include_in_progress” argument of the api_count_messages and api_count_outgoing_messages API calls now defaults to False (#79633)

Front-end / GUI:

  • Optimized the text in the “Manage list of domains and IP addresses with disabled SPF check” page (#23253)
  • Added text to explain the “Identification Method” behavior in the Outgoing user settings page (#23221)
  • Optimized SpamPanel API error text when authenticating with unknown user (#23130)
  • Resolved issue with being able to upload invalid local parts via a CSV file (#23361)
  • Renamed the submission term in the Spam Panel to “Outgoing” (#23364)
  • Added the ability to release/view/remove quarantined messages in log search results (#19766)
  • Added text to clarify that the “Enable outgoing limits:” are related to connections and not messages in the Outgoing user settings page (#23170)
  • Added more support to archive storage changes (#11119)
  • SpamPanel is now compatible with Dovecot 2 (#22787)
  • Optimized the message returned when the outgoing user is added to the SpamPanel (#21830)
  • Resolved on screen error when submission report was generated at admin level (#23388)
  • Changed getvalidrecipientcount to not include data on the filtering servers (#22871)

Plugins & Integration tools:

No new updates this week

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