MailerQ 5.9 released
We just released version 5.9 of MailerQ, which introduces a couple of improvements.
IP Range Grouping
By itself, MailerQ automatically organizes domains with
matching MX records or with MX records that resolve to
the same server. To organize (short-lived) MX records
that follow the same pattern, such as Outlook’s
*.olc.protection.outlook.com, we have MX
Pattern Grouping. However, some (smaller) ISPs may not
stick to such a convenient pattern. In this case, it may
be possible to organize destinations based on the CIDR
block they belong to. For this purpose, we’ve introduced
IP Range Grouping. Email Throttling and other rules applied
to one IP address in one of these groups will automatically
be applied to the other IPs in this group.
HTTP and SOCKS proxy support for External MTA IPs
In December, we released version 5.8 which introduced External MTA IPs for setting up NAT rules. With 5.9, we’ve expanded this feature to also support HTTP and SOCKS proxies.
Besides this, we introduced a couple of other improvements such as a datetime range selector in the log viewer, extracted local and domain properties of the recipient and envelope address in the result objects, and more. The full release notes can be found here.