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Sun 16 Jul 2006

MailServe 2.1.5 Update

Category : Technology/MailServe2dot1dot5.txt

I've updated MailServe to 2.1.5, to make improvements to the way MailServe triggers Fetchmail.

It was while working on Fetchmail that I realised Apple broke launchctl on 10.4.7, probably as a side effect of the security changes they were making to launchd.

I've added a way to specify a global value for the Polling Interval (default 60 seconds) and the Time-out Interval (default 45 seconds but can be set to 0 for no time-out).

Also the quotes around the * in the .fetchmailrc file (when Fetchmail is used in multi-drop mode) interfered with the multi-drop operations. This has been corrected in this release. (Thanks to Fergus McMenemie for showing me there was a problem.)

The French localisation for MailServe has been updated by Joselyne Rochaud and Corentin Cras-Méneur, who also took the opportunity to update the French localisations for DNS Enabler, WebMon and Postfix Enabler.
Thanks, Josy and Corentin.

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