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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    We've been exporting the Roundcube database manually into a subscription account daily so that these are being backed up along with the daily full server backup that Plesk does.

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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    Recently we went through significant testing efforts on several servers with a very high number of domains and email users that can be considered representative. Among all ranging from Thunderbird, Outlook, Android Mail, Apple Mail, iPhone Mail we found that the only viable solution to the "failed auth" issue caused by DIGEST-MD5 password mechanism is to remove the "digest-md5" entry from Dovecot as mentioned in the FAQs.

    Please vote for this feature! It's a truly important feature to implement, because this will save hundreds of thousands of admins a lot of trouble with users that use mail apps where the auth mechanism cannot be freely picked.

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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    I have tested this with Plesk Obsidian. Actually, when you place a "permit_dnswl_client" command into the /etc/postfix/main.cf file similar to this:

    smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, permit_sasl_authenticated, permit_dnswl_client list.dnswl.org, reject_rbl_client sbl.spamhaus.org, reject_rbl_client xbl.someblacklist.org, reject_rbl_client someotherblacklist.org

    you can still update the mail server configuration through Plesk GUI and the configuration remains in place. This is true even when you edit the "DNS zones for DNSBL service" field in Plesk. So as a workaround for the time being I suggest to edit /etc/postfix/main.cf once manually.

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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    This can be a very useful feature, because some users end to overdraw their webspace quota sharply, resulting in many additional GB to be stored in backups, too. In such cases it would be very good to be able to exclude such user accounts from the backup until the users reduce their web space usage to what's been agreed on in their webspace contract.

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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    I can only add that we are seeing a strongly increasing number of attacks coming from IPv6 sources, but we cannot update all our hosts to the latest Plesk, because the risk of too many bugs in early adopter and even early stable version is too high.

    Other providers who are serving many customers, too, will not easily do the update, so we are looking at around a year more waiting time from now at least until an update to 17.9 can be considered. Too long.

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    Bitpalast GmbH commented  · 

    I would like to add this from our point of view: We have different hosting plans. In the cheap hosting plan, users ought not to be able to use SSL at all. However, users must always be able to decide the type of hosting they want, e.g if a domain is redirect or a web space. The problem is that when hosting settings are allowed for the user, SSL is allowed, too. To enforce disabling SSL, hosting settings must be disabled for the user. The later cannot be done, because users must be able to configure that themselves.

    So we end up with not being able to limit SSL usage by the user, losing and important upselling argument in sales.

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