Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
- Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is now supported.
- Upgrades from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04 on existing Mailborder servers is also supported.
- Thai language added.
- Simplified Chinese language added.
- Bulgarian language added.
- Missing German language file fixed.
- Phishing detection corrected to not identify as virus.
- Empty blacklist and whitelist entries now removed and corrected automatically.
- Fix a bug in Child server installation of the criterion database.
- Criterion database permissions corrected.
- Email Objects will now correctly be added to the Postfix routing tables.
- Dr.Web antivirus results are now read correctly.
- Updated filter to allow images in signature blocks regardless of file names or extensions if the image MIME type is allowed via policy.
- Fixed GUI row color display for non-quarantined items.
- Increased receive timeout on ClamAV Freshclam for slow connections.
- OS checks now automatically correct PHP FPM services.
- Permissions on Mailborder services corrected.
- Permissions on Mailborder cron files corrected.
- innodb_file_format_max removed from MariaDB installations running Ubuntu 20.04.
- Various code corrections addressing execution or depreciation warnings.
Updates and Features
- System reporting mechanism updated.
- Antivirus report format updated.
- Added whitelist option to message release dialogs.
- Whitelists and Blacklists now allow multiple options for email, domain, host, and network.
- Portal Users can now whitelist during the quick web release.
- Database structure updates.
- Mailborder package repository updated.
To update your server(s), run the following commands with root privileges from the command line:
- apt-get update
- apt-get dist-upgrade
To upgrade from Ubuntu 18.04 to 20.04:
- First, upgrade to Mailborder 5.1.1 as shown above.
- Take a snapshot or full backup of some kind.
- Edit /etc/apt/sources.list and change the bionic reference to focal for the Mailborder repository. (deb.mailborder.com) Do this after upgrading to 5.1.1 and before running the next step.
- Run as root: do-release-upgrade --allow-third-party
- Select the default option to keep everythingexcept /etc/apparmor.d/usr.sbin.clamd which needs to be replaced with the new version.
- If you need or want help, contact Mailborder support.
11 February 2022