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Tue 24 May 2005

Postfix Enabler 1.1.6 Released

Category : Technology/PFETiger116Released.txt

From the release notes :

Version 1.1.6 Release Notes

1.1.6 24th May 2005. Conforms to Tiger's new way of launching system services, using launchd. Use the Red Cross (in the top left hand corner of the Postfix Enabler window) to re-enable the Enable Postfix button. Clicking Enable Postfix now will shift you over to launchd. POP and IMAP services launch more reliably now even on 10.4.1.

Will continue to launch services in the "old" way on Panther.

This release also fixes the problem where a PowerBook refuses to go to sleep when running Postfix. Also, the serial number field is now more forgiving of leading and trailing spaces.

Tiger launches a lot faster than Panther, even on an iMac that I had been testing on. POP and IMAP launch more reliably now after reboot. There was one case when the IMAP service couldn't be contacted from another machine, but the service did get launched on the server, so it could be a network glitch somewhere. Other than that, it was a pleasure to work with the new Launch Daemon mechanism.

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