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MDaemon 19.0.3 - July 16, 2019


MDaemon 19.0.2 - June 13, 2019



MDaemon 19.0.1 - May 14, 2019

[21641] To simplify IIS configuration, the ISAPI DLLs MDMgmtWS.dll and MDDP.dll have been moved out of the \MDaemon\App directory and into \MDaemon\ISAPI\MDMgmtWS and \MDaemon\ISAPI\MDDP. If you had already set up IIS to reference these DLLs you will need to reconfigure IIS to access them from their new locations.



MDaemon 19.0.0 - April 16, 2019


[8811] MDaemon's disk space calculations were being made inconsistently in several places (for example, sometimes using 1000, sometimes using 1024 bytes for a kilobyte computation). This has been fixed to use 1024 consistently. As a result your users' disk space quota values may be slightly different than in previous versions. Please check and make whatever adjustments (if any) you feel are required.

[20595] The "Start MDaemon" Start Menu shortcut on new installs now defaults to opening a browser to MDaemon Remote Administration rather than opening an MDaemon Configuration Session. To change this, edit \MDaemon\App\MDaemon.ini and set [MDLaunch] OpenConfigSession=Yes/No and OpenRemoteAdmin=Yes/No, or use the "Open MDaemon Configuration Session" or "Open MDaemon Remote Administration" shortcuts instead of "Start MDaemon". Set the "Remote Administration URL" at Setup | Web & IM Services | Remote Administration | Web Server if the auto-generated URL does not work or if Remote Administration runs in an external web server. If a working URL cannot be determined, a Configuration Session will be opened instead.

[21263] The option "Only send antivirus update notification on failure" is now enabled by default, and when updating to MDaemon 19, it will be enabled the first time MDaemon starts up.

[19471] SyncML has been deprecated and removed.


[21118] TLS Server Name Indication (SNI) support

SNI allows a different certificate to be used for each of your server's hostnames. MDaemon will look at the active certificates and choose the one that has the requested hostname in its Subject Alternative Names field. If the client does not request a hostname, or no matching certificate is found, then the default certificate is used.

[19427] XML-API for Folder and Item Management

The XML-API has been expanded to include the ability to manage mailbox folders and items in the folders. Folders can be created, deleted, renamed, and moved using the API. Item operations support email, calendar, contacts, tasks, and notes. Items can be created, deleted and moved using the API. Full documentation can be found in the MDaemon\Docs\API\XML-API\ directory.



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