Software update: Usermin 1.410

Simultaneously with the release of Webmin 1.480, a new version of Usermin has been released as usual. Where the former is intended for system administrators and servers, Usermin focuses on the users of Unix-based systems. They can adjust various settings via Webmin’s familiar web interface, such as ssh connections, webmail, mail filters and password caching. This release includes several improvements related to the creation of filters for email. The full changelog for this release looks like this:

Changes in version 1.410:

  • Mail filters that deliver to mbox-format folders now use Procmail locking.
  • Creating of filters that match headers is much easier and less error-prone, thanks to a menu for selecting prefix or postfix matching.
  • When reading and replying to email, the original character set is now properly used and respected.
  • The original sender’s email address is now included in the ‘wrote’ line when replying to or forwarding a message.
  • Added an SMTP port option to the module configuration in the Read Mail module.
  • When replying to a message, if the original to address is in your list of allowed addresses or marked as a from address in your addressbook, it will be used as the default sender in the response.
  • Improved the Usermin search function to use a more consistent layout and include links to the pages matching text was found in.

Version number 1.410
Release status Final
Operating systems Linux
Website webmin
License type Conditions (GNU/BSD/etc.)