We are proud to announce version 3.0 of MailerQ. This brand new release of our powerful MTA brings many new features, changes and improvements. The biggest change is the move away from external libraries for MIME processing and altering. MailerQ now does own MIME processing based on the official email RFC's, which allows us to introduce all kinds of new features for email filtering and processing.Â
MailerQ version 3.0 has been released!
MailerQ 2.1 release
MailerQ version 2.1 comes with a completely updated and more powerful plugin API, and a couple of other (relatively small) changes and improvements. We recommend all users to upgrade to this new version. But be careful: if you use the MailerQ plugin API, you may have to update your current plugins before you can upgrade.
MailerQ 2.0.1 and 2.0.2
Yesterday we brought out version 2.0.1 of MailerQ, and today we've released version 2.0.2. In both releases we fixed a couple of bugs that we encountered when dealing with incoming SMTP traffic.
MailerQ version 2.0 released
Today we released MailerQ version 2.0, a version that has some very big changes and an awesome new feature: Copernica's Responsive Email algorithm has been embedded into MailerQ. We have also added SMTP-authentication by username and password, made improvements to the log files and renamed the "body" and "keepbody" property (for backwards compatibility "body" and "keepbody" are still accepted)
MailerQ version 1.1.3 released
MailerQ version 1.1.3 has just been released. Two new features have been added to MailerQ in this release: DKIM keys can now also be used for other domains, and it is now possible to override the EHLO/HELO domain name that MailerQ uses for sending out email. Besides these two new features, several bugs have been fixed.