Release released with DNSSEC root trust

Today, on the 2nd of September we release Neat, right?

Among the new features you’ll find the DNSSEC trusting the newly signed root anchor, administration user interface improvements and the usual stability and performance enhancements.

Now why would you care? Well, this could be your first step into the next generation of e-mail security. Why not start DKIM tagging when you’re at it?

There are small, yet useful features are well. Let’s say you want to implement a reporting rate control in your outgoing recipient flow, so that users or servers doesn’t send outgoing spam. In this example, we do this per-username ($saslusername, a pre-defined variable in the recipient flow) limiting the number of e-mail to 100 every hour, while sending at most one warning e-mail to the administrator about this every day and per user.

function myrate {
  if (rate("outbound", $saslusername, 100, 3600) == false) {
    $msg = "Rate "+$saslusername+" spam outbreak";
    if (rate("outbound-report", $saslusername, 1, 86400) == true) {
      mail("[email protected]", "[email protected]", "Rate", $msg);

and then using it in code like

if ($saslauthed) {

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