The public preview release of ORF 6 has arrived! The new version supports enhanced email authentication mechanisms (DKIM & DMARC), gives you greater control over filtering actions and improves many of the existing features – Try the beta today!
The new version is a minor bugfix release that patches a number of small but important issues. See the Change Log for details. Get your registered copy from the Client Portal or the evaluation version from our Trial Download page.
We are pleased to announce that ORF 5.5 is now available for download. The new release focuses on performance, usability and on request we’ve been receiving from all of you. We hope you will be pleased with the new features and improvements. Get your registered copy from the Client Portal or the evaluation version from our Trial Download page.
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For setup instruction, please consult our Upgrade Guide.
We are happy to announce that the first public preview of ORF 5.5 has finally arrived. The new release brings long-requested features and many enhancements – try it today.
Thanks to the kind feedback that we have received from all of you, we were able to locate and fix several technical issues in our web-based SPF Policy Tester. The following is a short summary of changes, in no particular order:
- DNS lookup limit counters for SPF terms (“include”, “a”, “mx”, “ptr”, “exists” and “redirect”) and for void lookups now propagate out from recursive evaluations and are tracked in global counters, limiting the maximum number of queries caused by terms to ten, and the number of void lookups to two – as specified in RFC 7208 (Section 4.6.4).
- The status of the DNS lookup limit counters (for SPF terms and DNS void lookups) is now displayed at the end of each DNS lookup, as well as at the end of the SPF evaluation.
- Similarly to ORF Fusion, the SPF Policy Tester is now capable of retrieving oversized TXT records using the TCP protocol.