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Modoboa Blog

Category archives: Releases

May 12, 2020

New versions of Modoboa and its plugins have been released and it is important to note that Python 2 support has been dropped, mainly because this version of Python has reached its end of life. If you installed Modoboa using Python 2, you need to make sure Python 3.5+ is available on your system before you can upgrade. …

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April 6, 2018

A calendar for Modoboa

A few years ago, we introduced the modoboa-radicale plugin, relying on the Radicale server, to allow the manipulation of personnal and shared calendars. It was a good start but it was incomplete.

Today, we're pleased to announce the release of a new major version which introduces the possibility to use those calendars directly in Modoboa! You can now consult your …

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Sept. 9, 2017

Two versions of Modoboa have been released this week:

  • 1.9.0: new major release bringing interesting functionalities
  • 1.8.3: new maintenance version for the 1.8.x branch

1.9.0

This version introduces 3 new sponsored functionalites:

  • A random password generator: the possibility to assign a random password to fresh accounts. This feature is the third one sponsored by the community
  • The possibility to prevent …

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June 30, 2017

A new major version of Modoboa is available.

This is the first release compatible with both Python 2.7 and Python 3.4+. Now we need to work on plugins ;-)

New features have been added too:

  • A password reset service: the second functionality sponsored by the community. Many thanks to Dalnix AB!
  • New settings to control the dashboard's content
  • A …

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May 24, 2017

Webmail update

The version 1.1.5 of the webmail has been released.

It is the first release to include a new functionality sponsored using the crowdfunding system integrated to the official website. Many thanks to Tuxis Internet Engineering to have made this possible. It also brings bug fixes, the full list is available on Github.

We are very happy to see you're …

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