Cyrus IMAP 2.3.9 Release NotesΒΆ

Changes to the Cyrus IMAP Server since 2.3.8

  • Added support for BDB 4.5 and 4.6.
  • Fixed bug in frontend handling of CREATE for both proxying and referring. – courtesy of Gary Mills
  • Fixed local deletion during XFER from a unified server. – courtesy of Gary Mills
  • Fixed XFER bug which prevented sieve scripts from being migrated. – courtesy of Gary Mills
  • Allow utilities to be run as root (acquiring ‘cyrus’ uid on-the-fly).
  • Changed the default value of the allowplaintext option to disabled (0).
  • Finally fixed 64-bit alignment problem with HIGHESTMODSEQ.
  • Fixed initialization of UUID subsystem for replication. – courtesy of Fastmail.fm
  • Added -a option to cyr_expire to ignore to skip annotation check. – courtesy of Fastmail.fm
  • Set the mtime of synchronized message files to INTERNALDATE (makes reconstruction a little friendlier). – courtesy of Fastmail.fm
  • Fixed a bug in sync_client which caused it to bail when a message was deleted out from under it.
  • Allow sync_server to accept unauthenticated connections from sync_client on a UNIX socket.
  • Drastically reduced the amount of time it takes for a mupdate slave to synchronize with a master.
  • Added URI contained in the Content-Location header to the BODYSTRUCTURE response (per RFC 3501). – inspired by Fastmail.fm
  • Fixed flushseenstate bug which was causing unsolicited EXPUNGE responses during FETCH/STORE. – courtesy of David Carter
  • Added option to ctl_mboxlist to verify the consistency of the mailbox list database and the spool partition(s). See ctl_mboxlist.8 for details.
  • RENAME now copies cyrus.expunge index file as well as expunged message files.
  • Fixed replication of 64-bit quotas. – courtesy of David Carter
  • Fixed miscellaneous bugs, memory leaks, and build issues.

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