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Version 2.0.11 (released 2012-11-02)

  • Added support for multiple network interfaces.
  • Fixed a problem with Duo logins when viewing a new message.
  • Updated console setup tool.

Version 2.0.10 (released 2012-10-30)

  • Fixed a problem sending from a dropbox when logged in.
  • Better description of DNS errors.
  • Removed legacy JavaScript and Stylesheets.
  • Only update the base system when updating LiquidFiles.

Version 2.0.9 (released 2012-10-24)

  • Fixed a migration from when migration to the target system.
  • Updated some Internet Explorer visuals.

Version 2.0.8 (released 2012-10-23)

  • Updated the `lf migrate` script to enable migration from the system as well as to the system.
  • Updated the API for API v3.
  • Updated client validation for the admin pages.
  • Renamed the Authentication Menu → LDAP.
  • Cleaned up the Admin → User view.
  • Fixed a problem where admin's couldn't view extended download information.
  • Fixed Google Maps display issues.
  • Updated validation to only validate forms when clicking submit.

Version 2.0.7 (released 2012-10-19)

  • Fixed smtp relay problems when TLS is enabled.
  • Updated the file selector button for Internet Explorer.
  • Added header to hint to IE to use standards mode.
  • Better detection of file expiration format.
  • Fixed a couple licensing issues.

Version 2.0.6 (released 2012-10-11)

  • Fixed a JavaScript problem if maps weren't enabled.
  • Fixed a problem sending dropbox files from IE.
  • Better reporting for license errors.
  • Fixed custom password validation.

Version 2.0.5 (released 2012-10-09)

  • Geo-Location and map display of where files have been downloaded from.
  • Capture user agent and display device type information of what was used when downloading files.
  • Reverted back to non-plugin upload mechanism for non-html5 compliant (Internet Explorer) uploads. Will now use same upload mechanism as in v1.8 and earlier.
  • Clearer instructions during setup and migration.
  • Fixed an incorrect path for the display of the custom favicon.
  • Localisation fixes on the home page, session timeout and a few other places.
  • Updated view for the message list.
  • Shutdown now works from the gui.
  • LDAP users not belonging to any authorized groups will be treated as remote users and having to validate their email.
  • Better detection and logging of disconnected uploads.
  • Default deletion of expired messages is now 1 year.
  • Removed IPv6 (:ffff:) mapping from the logs.
  • Updated boot menu application.

Version 2.0.4 (released 2012-10-03)

  • Better utf8 migration during the migration script.
  • Removed the front page title.
  • Updated license test and validations (case insensitive checks).
  • Better boot menu information.

Version 2.0.3 (released 2012-10-01)

  • Fixed the page title to use the correct branding name.
  • Wait for key-press in the console after enable support access.
  • Updated message authentication screens to work with Javascript disabled.
  • Ensure correct disk partioning when installing using the ISO with disks above 50Gb.
  • When installing in VMware, automatically install the VMware Tools.

Version 2.0.2 (released 2012-09-27)

  • Changed all support links to support.liquidfiles.com.
  • Fixed the license check on the Admin → Status page.

Version 2.0.1 (released 2012-09-26)

  • FIx to enable saving API configuration.

Version 2.0.0 (released 2012-09-24)

  • Renamed LiquidFiles.
  • New operating system platform: CentOS.
  • HTML5/plugin based upload mechanism, support for unlimited file size.
  • Completely redesigned user interface.
  • Zip and download all functionality.
  • Backup config from the web gui.
  • Much better client side validation of user input.
  • Ability to download files directly from the message list view.
  • Ability to delete inactive users after a configurable amount of time.
  • Ability to delete expired messages from the message list after a configurable amount of time.
  • Ability to set maximum future expiration dates for users.
  • Ability to configure the base email URL.
  • License compatibility between the virtual appliance and EC2 version.
  • Updates to all underlying components and libraries.