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Thu 12 May 2005

Postfix Enabler for Tiger Release 1.1.2 is out

Category : Technology/PFEforT112Released.txt

I've released version 1.1.2 of Postfix Enabler for Tiger. It fixes SMTP Authentication via the SASLDB method, which broke in Tiger.

I had wanted to drop support for this, thinking that SMTP authentication via the built-in OS X accounts should be sufficient, but it seems like there were quite a few people using it. So, here it is, fixed and usable again. There's a probably a better way to do this in Tiger, with some of the new mechanisms in place. But this will do for now. I've fixed this in all three iterations, from Jaguar to Panther to Tiger, proving that everything you know yesterday is obsolete by tomorrow.

This version also contains an updated French translation from Michel Pansanel of Carpo.org. Thanks, Michel, I really appreciate it.

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