Mailing List CGatePro@mail.stalker.com Message #96989
From: John Souvestre <johns@sstar.com>
Subject: RE: [CGP-Update] [*] CommuniGate Pro 5.2.11 is released
Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2009 13:55:54 -0600
To: 'CommuniGate Pro Discussions' <CGatePro@mail.stalker.com>
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Hi John.

That would prevent a user with a problem from blocking everyone at that address.
But wouldn't this defeat the initial purpose of blocking a spammer who is trying
multiple usernames?

Regards,

John

   John Souvestre - Integrated Data Systems - (504) 355-0609

 > -----Original Message-----
 > From: CommuniGate Pro Discussions [mailto:CGatePro@mail.stalker.com] On
 > Behalf Of John Rudd
 > Sent: Monday, December 29, 2008 11:42 AM
 > To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions
 > Subject: [CGP-Update] [*] CommuniGate Pro 5.2.11 is released
 >
 > They should have an option to block on something other than IP addr.
 > I'd suggest checkboxes for Username and IP-Address.  If you check
 > both, then both the IP and the account get blocked for the specified
 > time.  If you check neither, then no such blocking occurs at all.  Or
 > you can just check one method and not both.
 >
 >
 > On Mon, Dec 29, 2008 at 08:53, ENEM | Hans Melgers <hans@enem.nl> wrote:
 > >
 > > The ip is blacklisted now at too many failed login attempts, even when
 > whitelisted. We had problems too, especially with sites connecting via one
 > natted ip. If one user has failed login attempts the whole site is smtp
 > blocked.
 > >
 > > -----Original Message-----
 > > From: CommuniGate Pro Discussions [mailto:CGatePro@mail.stalker.com] On
 > Behalf Of John Souvestre
 > > Sent: maandag 29 december 2008 17:06
 > > To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions
 > > Subject: Re: [CGP-Update] [*] CommuniGate Pro 5.2.11 is released
 > >
 > >
 > > Hi.
 > >
 > > We upgraded from 10 to 11 and started seeing problems with people sending.
 > I
 > > haven't done an analysis yet, but it seems that CGP was blocking them due
 > to too
 > > many login failures.  We stepped back to 10 and the problem stopped.
 > >
 > > Any idea what might be going on?
 > >
 > > Thanks,
 > >
 > > John
 > >
 > >   John Souvestre - Integrated Data Systems - (504) 355-0609
 > >
 > >  > -----Original Message-----
 > >  > From: CommuniGate Pro Discussions [mailto:CGatePro@mail.stalker.com] On
 > >  > Behalf Of Technical Support
 > >  > Sent: Friday, December 19, 2008 5:29 PM
 > >  > To: CommuniGate Pro Discussions
 > >  > Subject: [CGP-Update] [*] CommuniGate Pro 5.2.11 is released
 > >  >
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 > >  >
 > >  > Minor/Bug Fix Release
 > >  >
 > >  > The CommuniGate Pro 5.2.11 has been released:
 > >  >
 > >  > == Valid Core License Keys: issued after the 1st of Jan, 2007 ==
 > >  >
 > >  > Solaris - Sparc
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Solaris-Sparc-
 > 5211.tar.gz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Solaris-Sparc-
 > 5211.tar.gz>
 > >  >
 > >  > Solaris - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Solaris-Intel-
 > 5211.tar.gz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Solaris-Intel-
 > 5211.tar.gz>
 > >  >
 > >  > MS Windows - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Win32-Intel-5211.zip>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Win32-Intel-5211.zip>
 > >  >
 > >  > Linux (rpm-based) - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-5.2-11.i386.rpm>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-5.2-11.i386.rpm>
 > >  >
 > >  > Linux (static and dynamic) - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-Intel-5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-Intel-5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > Linux - x86_64
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-5.2-
 > 11.x86_64.rpm>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Linux-5.2-
 > 11.x86_64.rpm>
 > >  >
 > >  > FreeBSD 5.x - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD5-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD5-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > FreeBSD 6.x - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD6-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD6-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > FreeBSD 5.x/6.x - x86_64
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD5-AMD64-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD5-AMD64-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > FreeBSD 7.x - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD7-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-FreeBSD7-Intel-
 > 5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > MacOS X (Darwin) - PowerPC
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Darwin-PPC-5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Darwin-PPC-5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > MacOS X (Darwin) - Intel
 > >  > <http://www.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Darwin-Intel-5211.tgz>
 > >  > <ftp://ftp.stalker.com/pub/CGatePro/5.2/CGatePro-Darwin-Intel-5211.tgz>
 > >  >
 > >  > History:
 > >  >
 > >  > 5.2.11 19-Dec-2008
 > >  >
 > >  > * Pronto: the Pronto version 2.7 is included.
 > >  > * MAPI: the MAPI Connector version 1.52.11.2 is included.
 > >  > * DNR: the response packet size limit is increased to 64K.
 > >  > * CG/PL: the compiled module code size limit is increased from 64Kb to
 > 1Mb.
 > >  > * CG/PL: the LISTMAILBOXES, [GET|SET]MAILBOX[SUBSCRIPTION|ALIASES]
 > functions
 > >  >   are implemented.
 > >  > * CG/PL: the MailboxAppend function now supports the "report" element.
 > >  > * XMPP: the "optional" tag is added to "features" elements.
 > >  > * ACCOUNT: the Upload File Charset preference is implemented.
 > >  > * TLS: if a client provides a certificate with a wrong issuer and the
 > Domain
 > >  >   Require Certificate option is not enabled, the certificate is ignored
 > >  >   without rejecting the client.
 > >  > * CALDAV: user E-mail address and Real Name is now taken from the
 > Account
 > >  >   preferences.
 > >  > * SIGNAL: the 503 code is proxied upstream as the 500 code now.
 > >  > * SIGNAL: the "Failure" stage rules are not applied for Busy or NoAnswer
 > >  >   conditions.
 > >  > * XIMSS: changing message flags in folders filtered by the flags values
 > >  >   removes messages from and adds messages to the folder view.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: Foundation: 4.0: the XML/HTML converter did not encode ASCII
 > >  >   control symbols.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CALENDAR: 5.2.10: the Accept operation did not change the
 > busy
 > >  >   status of ACCEPT'ed Events to Busy, and Outlook-sent events were
 > copied
 > >  >   as "tentative".
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CALENDAR: 4.3: ALERT duration parser did not accept some
 > formats.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: WebUser: 5.2.5: "safe link mode" created incorrect URLs for
 > >  >   links with "anchors".
 > >  > * Bug Fix: XIMSS: 5.1.8: the folderReopen operation did not keep the
 > >  >   existing "view field set" if no field was specified.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: XIMSS: 5.2c2: the "peer" attribute of the callTransfer
 > operation
 > >  >   was not converted into a "full name" URI.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CLUSTER: 5.2c2: if the markup mode (IMode, WML, HTML) was
 > >  >   specified as a login page URL, it was not passed to the backend
 > servers
 > >  >   on login.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CLUSTER: 5.2c4: it was not possible to do execute the
 > startPBXTask
 > >  >   operation on a remote frontend.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: NETWORK: addresses used for failed Login operations were not
 > added
 > >  >   to the Temporarily Blocked Addresses list.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: AIRSYNC: 5.2.10: the Email-type header fields (From, To,
 > etc.) did
 > >  >   not include the "real name" part.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: AIRSYNC: 5.2.1: new Event and Task objects were not fully
 > >  >   initialized, resulting in garbage data being stored with some clients.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: AIRSYNC: 5.2.9: if a client removed the Calendar ALARM item,
 > it
 > >  >   was not removed on the Server.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: AIRSYNC: 5.2c2: the Search operation now finds only those
 > >  >   Directory records where the mail attribute is present or can be
 > present.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: SIGNAL: 5.2c1: Instant messages generated within XIMSS/XMPP
 > >  >   sessions and with Automated Rules were sent using non-authenticated
 > >  > Signals.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CALLLEG: 5.1.7: reliable 180-SDP was not reused when an 200
 > >  >   SDP-less response came for a synchronous call (such as those used in
 > >  >   the "MakeCall" feature).
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CALLLEG: 5.0.2: requests without a to-tag could be accepted,
 > >  >   producing (for BYE requests) abandoned DIALOG objects.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: CG/PL: 5.2.10: message copy operations could crash the
 > server.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: MAILBOX: 5.2.10: if a TextMailbox contained a message with a
 > >  >   "remote past" INTERNALDATE, mailbox parsing could fail.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: ACCOUNT: 5.2.c3: in some situations "direct" ACLs rights for
 > a
 > >  >   particular account could be merged with the "anyone" access rights.
 > >  > * Bug Fix: BSDLog: 5.1c2: the "Use OS syslog" option could crash the
 > server.
 > >  >
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