|Libraesva ESG v4.8 to v4.9.zip|
|File Size||6.18 KB|
|Create Date||December 29, 2020|
|Last Updated||December 29, 2020|
Changes in v4.9.0 (Dec 29, 2020)
- New Multi-Factor Authentication with T-OTP (time-based one-time-password) is now available to admins and users
- Threat Remediation (recall email messages from inbox) now available also for G-Suite
- Custom TLS certificates can be used to relay email to internal domains. Microsoft365 inbound connectors can be based on the Common Name of the TLS certificate for a complete multi-tenant interoperability.
- URLs rewritten by URLSand can be logged to syslog
- Configurable sender/recipient address/domain rewriting. ESG can transparently replace domains or email addresses.
- Domain Text Import: additional fields are supported by the batch import procedure.
- New API "Mark For Release" is now available
- Add Blacklist link now available in the Digest Report actions
- Updated Content-Security-Policy header
- CentOS security repository migrated to Libraesva Extended Support service
- Microsoft 365 Threat Remediation: migrate from EWS to Graph API
- Add "Quarantine Report" option to IMAP/POP3 Set
- Users can "Mark for Release" a message also from WebUI
- Additional search options in Password-less Authorized Devices list
- More reliable cluster wizard procedure
- Distributed setup: reload license on slave nodes after configuration push
- Preserve hosts file after hostname change
- Properly show hosts file record from WebUI
- Fixed Backup and Restore of DKIM configuration
- Search: fixed a bug that may cause different records to be displayed in message detail
- Custom Spam Rules can be applied also on a single address
- Properly apply "AntiSpam Engine Processes" configuration after change
- Clean exported csv of relay domain from spurious columns
NOTE: This upgrade takes up to 2 minutes to complete and requires a system restart. A Snapshot is always recommended as a best practice!
All automatic updates changes are listed in the full release notes
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