Release Notes Version 1.1.x
v1.1.4 (Released 2009-03-26)
- Security: Administrators cannot edit System Administrators
- Fix: Set return-receipt to the sending user for the outgoing emails. This will make sure that bounces gets delivered back to the sending user.
- Fix: local domains are always stored lowercase, and checking for local domains are case-insensitive
- Fix: The activation gives better error reporting
- Reliability: Fixed a problem with authenticating to the PMDF IMAP server
v1.1.3 (Released 2009-03-04)
- Fix: The custom stylesheet was not displayed on the front page
- Fix: An empty list of blocked file extension throws an error
- Fix: Sometimes user self registration fails when remote authentication is set
v1.1.2 (Released 2009-02-16)
- Enhancement: Built-in Antivirus scanning using ClamAV
- Enhancement: Blocking of files with certain file types (Windows executables blocked as default)
- Enhancement: Hooks to create custom file checks on upload.
- Fix: email addresses are stored as lower case when entered
v1.1.1 (Released 2009-02-09)
- Fix: Internet Explorer display error
- Fix: Outdated library caused updates from v1.1 to fail
v1.1 (Released 2009-02-08)
- Enhancement: Localization: The Filetransfer appliance can now be set to use English, English with Australian numbering format, German and Swedish. French and Dutch is under development and will be added soon.
- Enhancement: Added setting for when to delete downloaded files.
- Enhancement: Added setting for default download expiration
- Enhancement: Added setting to allow users to change default download expiration or not
- Enhancement: Added outgoing email relay authentication through the web interface
- Enhancement: Added the ability to change login domain for LDAP logins
- Enhancement: Updated IMAP authentication mechanism to allow both “user@domain” and “user” type logins
- Fix: Stability update to the update mechanism
- Fix: Delete all active transfer belonging to a user if the user is deleted
- Fix: Self-signed certificates wasn't detected reliably for the Firefox ssl/flash warning