The latest Postfix releases are now available in my yum repos and include the following fixes.
Fixed in Postfix 3.3:
Postfix did not support running as a PID=1 process, which complicated Postfix deployment in containers. The "postfix start-fg" command will now run the Postfix master daemon as a PID=1 process if possible.
Segfault in the postconf(1) command after it could not open a Postfix database configuration file due to a file permission error (dereferencing a null pointer).
Today, the stable version of Postfix 3.2 was officially released. I have added packages for EL6 and 7 in my repositories.
In this release includes the following changes and new features:
The main changes in no particular order are:
Elliptic curve negotiation with OpenSSL ≥ 1.0.2. This changes the default smtpd_tls_eecdh_grade setting to "auto", and introduces a new parameter tls_eecdh_auto_curves with the names of curves that may be negotiated.
Today I published the latest Postfix 2.11.3, 2.10.5, and 2.9.11 updates for Centos and Red Hat 5, 6, and 7. The changelog and announcement can be found on www.postfix.org/announcements/postfix-2.11.3.html You can find the packages in my repo repos.oostergo.net.
This week the new Postfix 2.11 release is announced. In this release support is added for LMDB database, the postscreen feature is extended with whitelisting support, the recipient_delimiter can now have multiple character and postconf is updated with several advanced management options for the master.cf file.
Last week the a new Postfix 2.10 major release version has been published. I updated my build environment to also build this Postfix version for Enterprise Linux 5 and 6. The packages can be found in my repository: https://repos.oostergo.net/6/postfix-2.10