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Cyrus IMAP 3.0.2 Release Notes


This is a bug-fix release in the stable 3.0 series.

Refer to the Cyrus IMAP 3.0.0 Release Notes for important information about the 3.0 series, including upgrading instructions.

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Changes Since 3.0.1

Dependency changes

  • Cyrus will now have the mboxevents feature compiled in, it is no longer optional.

Other changes

  • Improved JMAP support, including attachment name searching

  • Improved spelling/gramar in documentation (thanks Josh Soref)

  • Distribution now includes a libcyrus_imap.pc (thanks Дилян Палаузов)

  • Improved CUnit unit tests

  • ctl_backups(8) now supports -V argument for faster list/stat operations

  • Cyrus distributions now contain a VERSION file, containing the released Cyrus version, which is preserved across autoreconf calls.

  • Removed convert-sieve.pl: translatesieve(8) does everything you need and more.

  • Distribution now contains Cyrus::DList, Cyrus::ImapClone, and Cyrus::SyncProto perl modules

Bug fixes

  • Fixed Issue #1933: activation of replicated sieve scripts now occurs atomically

  • Fixed Issue #1931: improved handling of missing mysql in configure

  • Fixed Issue #1901: CyrusDB API is now C++-friendly

  • Fixed: don't mix up X-NUM-FOLDERS quota usage on rename

  • Fixed Issue #1944: SQLite only required if compiling with features that need it

  • Fixed Issue #1914: VPATH builds now work correctly again

  • Fixed Issue #1948: ACL changes are now auditlogged

  • Fixed: JMAP downloadURL format

  • Fixed: memory leak in httpd

  • Fixed Issue #1967: imapd reports EXISTS count earlier and faster

  • Fixed Issue #1964: correctly detect when librt is needed

  • Fixed Issue #1909: tidy up --enable-sphinx/enable-xapian configure options (thanks Дилян Палаузов)

  • Fixed: pkgconfig files now contain exec_prefix (thanks Дилян Палаузов)

  • Fixed Issue #1993: crc32c and xsha1 modules now build correctly on big-endian platforms (thanks Jason Tibbitts)

  • Fixed: reconstruct no longer crashes on non-64bit platforms (thanks Jason Tibbitts)