Paid Remote Upgrade Support
iRedMail stores the release version in
installation, it's recommended to update this file after you upgraded iRedMail,
so that you can know which version of iRedMail you're running. For example:
# File: /etc/iredmail-release 0.8.0
Please follow Roundcube official tutorial to upgrade Roundcube webmail to the latest stable release immediately: How to upgrade Roundcube.
Please follow below tutorial to upgrade iRedAPD to the latest stable release: Upgrade iRedAPD to the latest stable release
Please follow this tutorial to upgrade iRedAdmin open source edition to the latest stable release: Upgrade iRedAdmin to the latest stable release
There's one world-readable Dovecot config file, we should set strict file owner and permission on it so that it won't leak SQL server infomation.
Please execute below command to fix it, then restart Dovecot service:
NOTE: The file name on different Linux/BSD distributions may be different,
it should be
# chown dovecot:dovecot /etc/dovecot-used-quota.conf # chmod 0500 /etc/dovecot-used-quota.conf
# chown dovecot:dovecot /etc/dovecot/used-quota.conf # chmod 0500 /etc/dovecot/used-quota.conf
# chown dovecot:dovecot /usr/local/etc/dovecot-used-quota.conf # chmod 0500 /usr/local/etc/dovecot-used-quota.conf
Note: If you're running Ubuntu 11.10 or later releases, there's no Policyd (v1.8) installed at all, it's replaced by Cluebringer, a.k.a. Policyd v2. So it's safe to skip this step.
Some people are fairly irate when it comes to mail and refuse wanting to have any type of delay. this feature enables each and every person the ability to not subject themselves to greylisting. this feature is also VERY usefull when you dont want to subject EVERY person to greylisting at once but instead allows you to enable it in batches/groups of users so you get a feel on the type of complaints or praise from your users.
Please update Policyd setting
OPTINOUTALL=1 to 1 to enable
* On RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux, it's set in file `/etc/policyd.conf`. * On Debian/Ubuntu, it's set in file `/etc/postfix-policyd.conf`. * On openSUSE, it's set in file `/etc/policyd.conf`. * On FreeBSD, it's set in file `/usr/local/etc/postfix-policyd-sf.conf`.
# Part of file: policyd.conf OPTINOUT=1 OPTINOUTALL=1
Restarting Policyd service is required to make it work.
Please change below setting to
true in Roundcube webmail config file
'config/main.inc.php' to enable case insensitive user authentication. The
config file should be:
* `/var/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php` on RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux * `/usr/share/apache2/roundcubemail/config.inc.php` on Debian/Ubuntu * `/srv/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php` on openSUSE * `/usr/local/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php` on FreeBSD
# Part of file: config/main.inc.php $rcmail_config['login_lc'] = false;
/etc/logrotate.d/sieve, update postrotate commands:
# Part of file: /etc/logrotate.d/dovecot and /etc/logrotate.d/sieve postrotate /bin/kill -USR1 `cat /var/run/dovecot/master.pid 2>/dev/null` 2> /dev/null || true endscript
# Part of file: /etc/logrotate.d/dovecot, /etc/logrotate.d/sieve postrotate doveadm log reopen endscript
This step is optional but highly recommended for better security.
Please update below parameter in Roundcube config file
roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php to enforce connections over https for
better security. With this option enabled, all non-secure connections will be
redirected to httpS://.
* On RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux, Gentoo, OpenBSD, it's `/var/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php`. * On Debian/Ubuntu, it's `/usr/share/apache2/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php`. * On openSUSE, it's `/srv/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php`. * On FreeBSD, it's `/usr/local/www/roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php`.
# Part of file: roundcubemail/config/main.inc.php $rcmail_config['force_https'] = true;
Restarting Apache web server is required.
This step is OPTIONAL but highly recommended for better security. Since it may requires update on your mail users' MUA (e.g. Thunderbird, Outlook), please notify your mail users before this change.
Since iRedMail-0.8.0, all clients are forced to use IMAPS and POPS (via
STARTTLS) for better security by default. To enable this feature, please update
below parameters in your Dovecot config file,
* On RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux 5.x, it's `/etc/dovecot.conf`. * On RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux 6.x, it's `/etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf`. * On Debian/Ubuntu, it's `/etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf`. * On openSUSE, it's `/etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf`. * On FreeBSD, it's `/usr/local/etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf`.
# Part of file: dovecot.conf ssl = required disable_plaintext_auth = yes
Restarting Dovecot service is required.
NOTE: This step is applicable to both Dovecot-1.x and Dovecot-2.x.
doveadm command provided by Dovecot-2, please add one more value of
attribute 'enabledService' for mail user.
# cd /root/ # wget https://github.com/iredmail/iRedMail/raw/1.0/update/ldap/updateLDAPValues_074_to_080.py
updateLDAPValues_074_to_080.py, config LDAP server related settings in file head. e.g.
# Part of file: updateLDAPValues_074_to_080.py uri = 'ldap://127.0.0.1:389' basedn = 'o=domains,dc=example,dc=com' bind_dn = 'cn=vmailadmin,dc=example,dc=com' bind_pw = 'passwd'
You can find required LDAP credential in iRedAdmin config file or
file under your iRedMail installation directory. Using either
cn=vmailadmin,dc=xx,dc=xx as bind dn is ok.
# python updateLDAPValues_074_to_080.py
It will print progress message in the terminal, just be patient.
If you're running Dovecot-2, please add below lines in
doveadm mailbox work as expected:
# Part of file: dovecot-ldap.conf iterate_attrs = mail=user iterate_filter = (&(objectClass=mailUser)(accountStatus=active)(enabledService=mail))
To use doveadm command provided by Dovecot-2, please add one more column in
vmail.mailbox with below command:
# mysql -uroot -p mysql> USE vmail; mysql> ALTER TABLE mailbox ADD COLUMN enabledoveadm TINYINT(1) NOT NULL DEFAULT 1;