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Sun 26 Feb 2006

Upcoming Releases/Updates for end February 2006

Category : Commentary/upcomingEndFebReleases.txt

I've an update coming to MailServe and DNS Enabler early next week.

For MailServe, I have added an SSL option to the Fetchmail settings, as requested. Also, I've taken the chance to simplify the Keep/Fetchall/UIDL set of options since the settings for Fetchall and UIDL can be implied from the setting chosen for Keep - e.g., keep implies no fetchall (and uidl, if protocol is POP3), whereas no keep implies fetchall (and no uidl).

So that's two popup menus eliminated and one added, resulting in a net simplification of the interface.

Over to DNS Enabler. I've added the ability to set up multiple secondary (slave) name servers, as requested by Paul Sloan of the Westwind School Division, Canada.

I'll release these early next week on Monday or Tuesday, after I've done another test and checked through the localisations.

I've a couple of new localisations coming for Postfix Enabler. One is a Spanish localisation contributed by Pablo Rodriguez. The other is an attempt by Hai Hwee to do a Japanese localisation. Thanks to Makoto Imai for being willing to take a look at it and sending over his comments. Sorry, if we've tortured your language. We really need to get better at this. We'd really like to do Japanese translations of all our software. If you'd like to help us, please write to me. I'd love to hear from you.

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