Still haven’t found the time to play with all the new features introduced in Postfix 2.3.0 and it’s already updated to 2.3.3. Is time really moving this fast or is development on Postfix that good. I will leave this one up to you to decide.
The important issues that got fixed in this release:
- File corruption while executing a Milter “header insert” action
with headers-only mail (found with dk-filter). Delivery agents
would go into an infinite loop because some queue file update
had been done in the wrong order. As a precaution, delivery
agents now detect such loops, and the queue manager now saves
such mail to the “corrupt” directory.
- Segmentation fault in the SMTP client while saving a cached
connection with unsent data. Postfix indexed some table with -1,
because some I/O cleanup had been done in the wrong order. The
same problem should exist in Postfix 2.2.
- Postfix no longer announces its name in delivery status notifications.
All other details of the default bounce text remain unchanged.
The reason for this change is that too many people believe that
Wietse provides a free helpdesk service that solves all their
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