Latest CP+ Features

  06 May 2006  CP+ 3.0.3     (Upgrade) | (Install)

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed error of losing named.conf file while reconfiguring DNS Server in the Configure Server module.
  • Fixed getting trial license.

  04 May 2006  CP+ 3.0.2     (Upgrade) | (Install)

Bug fixes:

  • Fixed getting of FTP traffic for domain owner and any of End Users with FTP access in the Website Management module.
  • Fixed adding of NameVirtualHost directive into Apache config file while creating website on shared IP in the Website Management module.
  • Fixed error of switching between CP+ modes on the Main page in the domain owner interface.
  • Fixed managing of DNS records for admin interface in the BIND DNS Server module.
  • Fixed redirecting between pages in the Save Zone page in the BIND DNS Server module.
  • Fixed view of xferlog_file option editor in the VSFTPd module.
  • Fixed footer link in the Import Existing Website page.

  29 March 2006  CP+ 3.0.1     (Upgrade) | (Install)

Additions and bug fixes:

  • Fixed value of websites' limits, when it had been set to 0.
  • Fixed confirmation before deleting DNS records.
  • Changed email template for new domain without databases.
  • Fixed restoring of disabled domains: features are disabled after restoring.
  • Fixed wrong redirection from Edit Apache Directives pages in the domain owner UI.
  • Fixed deleting of domains with End Users without samba feature.
  • Added parsing of End User's realname: admin can see/change only End User's Real Name.
  • Fixed changing of End User's Real Name in the Edit End User page.
  • Added description of start|restart|stop buttons and footer in the ClamAV Configuration module.
  • Fixed check of password in the Edit End User page.
  • Added regenerating of a virtual table into Mail Server configuration in the Configure Server module.
  • Fixed creating of slave zones issue in the BIND DNS Server module.
  • Added missed text into the List Packages in SWUP Configuration module.

  14 March 2006  CP+ 3.0     (Upgrade) | (Install)

Additions and improvements:

  1. Automatic Configuration Of Servers
    Mail Servers
    FTP Servers
  2. Websites Management
  3. New CP+ Modules
  4. Additional Abilities And Improvements
  5. End User Interface

  1. Automatic Configuration Of Servers

    Configurations for automatic installation/configuration of email systems and FTP server, provided by standard OS updaters and CP+ modules for listed systems:

    •   Mail Servers:

      Postfix + Courier IMAP/POP3 Mail Server

      Trustix Secure Linux 2.2/3.0
      - Postfix SMTP Server
      - Cyrus SASL Authentication Service
      - Amavisd-new Virus Filter
      - Clam AntiVirus
      - ClamAV Virus Database Updater
      - SpamAssassin Spam Filter with Razor2
      - Procmail Local Mail Delivery
      - Courier IMAP/POP3 Mail Server

      Postfix + IMAP202 Mail Server

      CentOS 3.x | RedHat EL 3.x | Fedora Core 1
      - Postfix SMTP Server
      - Cyrus SASL Authentication Service
      - SpamAssassin Spam Filter
      - Procmail Local Mail Delivery
      - IMAP2002 Server

      Sendmail + IMAP2002 Mail Server

      CentOS 3.x | RedHat EL 3.x | Fedora Core 1
      - Sendmail SMTP Server
      - Procmail Local Mail Deliver
      - Cyrus SASL Authentication Service
      - SpamAssassin Spam Filter
      - Procmail Local Mail Delivery
      - IMAP2002 Server

      Postfix + Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Mail Server

      CentOS 4.x | RedHat EL 4.x | Fedora Core 2-4
      - Postfix SMTP Server
      - Cyrus SASL Authentication Service
      - SpamAssassin Spam Filter
      - Procmail Local Mail Delivery
      - Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Server

      Sendmail + Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Mail Server

      CentOS 4.x | RedHat EL 4.x | Fedora Core 2-4
      - Sendmail SMTP Server
      - Cyrus SASL Authentication Service
      - SpamAssassin Spam Filter
      - Procmail Local Mail Delivery
      - Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Server

    •  FTP Servers:


      Trustix Secure Linux 2.2/3.0
      - ProFTPd Server

      Trustix Secure Linux 2.2/3.0 | CentOS 3.x | RedHat EL 3.x | CentOS 4.x | RedHat EL 4.x | Fedora Core 1-4
      - VSFTPd Server

    • The system displays Summary Information ( with details of install process information) after configuration of the server.
    • Added backing up/restoring services of configuration files at the moment of server's configuration/uninstallation.

  2. NOTE: if your OS standard updater doesn't provide installation of needed packages, you have to install the given packages and configure CP+ modules manually, once you did it - start Configure Servers Module .

  3.   Websites Management


    • Added possibility to setup/configure ftp virtual host of VSFTPd Server into the Default Website Configuration page.
    • Extended Default Website Configuration page: options' list was divided into sections, added possibility to modify many more website configuration options.
    • Interface of all Website Management pages depends on Default Website Settings.
    • Added possibility to use FTP/Mail server logs for traffic accounting ( display modes show traffic usage by day | month | domain).
    • Added option to create an initial MySQL/PostgreSQL database for a server.

  4.   New CP+ modules


    • Dovecot IMAP/POP3 Mail Server module to configure network, authentication and SSL mode options.
    • Courier IMAP/POP3 Mail Server module to configure mail daemons, authentication and manage TLS/SSL certificates.
    • Clam AntiVirus module to detect viruses in local directories, used files and emails, configure automatically updates of virus databases, show known viruses list and manage quarantine.
    • Amavisd-new Virus Filter Configuration module to set Spamassassin options, configure spam/virus policy, manage quarantine.
    • VSFTPd Server module to manage/modify ftp virtual servers' options.
    • RBAC and Projects module for advanced user access and resource control configuration on Solaris systems.

  5.   Additional Abilities And Improvements


    • Many major changes in the BIND DNS Server module, including:
      - caching information about all domains to speed up the zone list, editing of records on systems, that have a large number of domains;
      - setting up RNDC on BIND version 9, so that individual zones can be reloaded;
      - support for easily creating SPF records and deleting multiple selected zones or records in a zone, defining more than one slave server to add new master zones.
    • New features in the MySQL Database Server and PostgreSQL Database Server module allow to:
      - specify the encoding for database content;
      - delete several users, hosts, tables and field privileges, drop multiply databases and tables simultaneously;
      - use a search forms when too many databases or tables are listed;
      - export tables in CSV format, either to a file or for display in the browser;
      - add an enhanced the Export CSV feature what allows to export in CSV format and select of columns to include.
    • New abilities in the Postfix SMTP Server Configuration module allow to:
      - reject/redirect an email based on its headers can now be edited;
      - re-queue | hold | un-hold messages;
      - support for the new RBL lookup parameters;
      - edit Postfix server processes.
    • All encrypts use internal crypt modules on systems for which standard crypt is broken.
    • Apache defined variables are automatically detected on Redhat, SuSE and Mandrake Linux.
    • Added flushing quarantined messages from the queue, selecting the order in which the mail queue is processed by Sendmail, setting the maximum allowed and bad recipients in a single email.
    • Additional SSL certificates can be defined for different local IP addresses in the CP+ Configuration module. So it enabled Utmp logging where users login to or logout from CP+.
    • The IPFilter Firewall module adds the ability to view/edit NAT rules, so that it is possible to setup masquerading and port redirection. IPfilter can now be enabled at boot time using SMF on Solaris 10 systems.
    • Additional IPtables modules can be specified when editing a rule in the Linux Firewall.
    • Added a new access control option to restrict users, MD5 password encryption for Solaris, locking/unlocking multiple users at once, creating users on systems what use an automounter.
    • Added possibility to configure Procmail Mail Delivery for classifing an email as Spam using SpamAssassin Mail Filter.
    • The Backup Configuration Files module can backup the CP+ config files and list of other arbitrary files, not associated with a module.
    • CP+ Users can be temporarily locked without their passwords being lost.
    • Added possibility to define an email message for users over quota in the Disk Quotas module.
    • The Filesystem Backup module verifies on Linux systems a backup at once it is complete.
    • The Fetchmail Mail Retrieval module sets up a Cron Job to fetch mail for all users.
    • The Protected Web Directories module allows to manage groups and use a new encryption type for protected directories - digest mode, for more secure password exchanging between the web server and browser.
    • The Printer Administration module improves a support for AIX.
    • Added entering comments from Cron Jobs, specifying a date range that a cron job runs at, deleting multiple Cron Jobs.
    • Added support for the Mandrake URPMI package system in the Software Packages module.

  6.   End User interface


    • Added Procmail Mail Filtering module.
    • Into the File Manager module was added possibility to search files by their content, view a scaled-down version of images.
    • Into the Webmail module were added features to work with user's email: Spamassassin spam filter, address book, management folders.
    • Added possibility to sort mail lists in the Webmail module by From: | Subject: | Date: | Headers:.
    • Simplified interface to defined allowed/denied addressess list in the Spam Filtering module.
    • Into the Mail Forwarding module was added possibility to send autoreplies with user-defined message or forward user email to other email address.
    • Added entering comments from Cron Jobs module, specifying a date range that a cron job runs at and deleting multiple Cron Jobs.
    • Change Password feature now calls PAM properly so that restrictions on password quality and length are enforced.
    • Added support for groups into the Protected Web Directories feature.
  7. And many minor feature enhancements.


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