Minor update 4.0.2
After yesterday's 4.0.1 update, we bring out a new minor update today with a small number of additional fixes based on feedback from our users. We recommend upgrading to 4.0.2.
What has been fixed?
The process ID that is stored in the lock file was wrong when MailerQ was started with the "--daemon" command line option. This has been solved.
When the "smtp-extract" option was actived in the config file, the "x-mq-***" headers in incoming mime messages were not removed. This resulted in emails that were delivered with these meta settings.
Inside delivery status notifications, MailerQ used the "message/rfc822-headers" content-type for the sub-part holding the original headers. This turned out to be the wront content-type. We have changed this ito "text/rfc822-headers".
As we also mentioned when we brought out version 4.0.1, we are working on support for international messages formatted in UTF8. This new 4.0.2 version also features a number of internationalization improvements.
If MailerQ has to send out delivery status notifications for international messages (holding binary content, or UTF8 formatted data in the headers), it now correctly uses the message/global content-type for it.