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    Posted: 09 November 2011 at 9:00pm
Thanks for the update Roberto, glad to see some updates coming.  Unfortunately for us nothing too exciting as we don't use the GUI.  TLS is good though...
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The main focus is on a brand new SMTP engine based on fibers rather than threads. While this is a major redesign for us, it will not have many "visible" features to admins, even though it will add support for things like IPv6 and TLS (in addition to the existing SSL). This new engine is currently in alpha and we're testing it internally only for now. The second major upgrade (this one very visible) will be a new GUI for SpamFilter, most likely web-based even though we're developing a parallel client-server GUI as well to see which one will work best.

The GUI redesign is hitting many delays, so we are likely going to release a major update with the new SMTP engine within a month or two before including the GUI.

Aliases is unfortunately not a new feature, at least for now, as we're trying to get this new major update out as it's long overdue.
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Roberto,

Are you going to be leaking info on any of the new features?  My #1 request for years has been the ability to some type of alias.

We anger so many customers who have 1 mailbox and 25 aliases on their server.  We need to charge them for 26 addresses as we do not have any way to funnel the 26 addresses into their 1 mailbox.

We run the enterprise version, not having the ability to do enterprise features is killing us.

Others on here have said trust your customer, but we don't.  Do some math:

1 mailbox = $1.00 per month
500 aliases = free (on trust model)

Revenue lost $500 per month!  The customer can run their entire system off 1 address in spamfilter.
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Luis,

The current version of SpamFilter does not support IPv6, but the next major upgrade (due within a few months), most likely will.
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Hello,
 
Does SpamFilter support IPv6?   If so, to what extent?
 
I'm specifically wondering if SpamFilter can accept e-mail via IPv6, scan it, then forward/relay it to an internal Exchange server running on IPv4?
 
If there currently is not or limited IPv6 support, is it on the roadmap?   And, if so, ETA or version for full IPv6 support?
 
Thank you.
 
Luis...
 
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