I see in the changelog that you’ve added ‘mailcleaner’ support. Is this the product provided at www.mailcleaner.net and www.mailcleaner.org what is supported?
From my cursory check of the change logs and the code, it looks like this mailcleaner support relies upon a plan using Exchange. Is that the case or have I just not read it correctly?
We use the product I linked to above but we don’t use Exchange. Some of our clients use hMailServer and others use SmarterMail. I’m hoping that the ‘mailcleaner’ support you’ve added is for the server we use.
Technically the mailcleaner support is created for Exchange however it works pretty simple:
When activated –> it Adds domain / removes domain whenever you do using mailcleaner’s Default domain settings (so you could combind it with hmailserver or smartermail aslong as you set the default settings to work with it without further settings needed).
We used the api’s call which should be compatible with both .org as .com one however i only confirmed on the .org my self.
Documentation is expected within + – 3 weeks (sorry for the delay).
I was finally able to get some time to upgrade from WebsitePanel. Pretty simple process with the powershell script!
When I went to enable MailCleaner I noticed that it hadn’t been added to the Providers table. Looking at the sql update script I saw that on line 36 it’s looking for ProviderID=61 to see if MailCleaner provider should be added. Then, on the actual insert it’s inserting 1601 as the ProviderID. ProviderID=61 is the Merak Mail Server.:
You might want to change line 36 in the sql update script to:
IF NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM [dbo].[Providers] WHERE [ProviderID] = ‘1601’)
I was able to add MailCleaner to my SolidCP environment very easily once the Provider showed up. Only suggestion I have is to rename the Resource Group to “Email SPAM and Virus Filters” instead of “Exchange AntiSPAM Filters”.
Have a great day!
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