ISPConfig 3.2 Released

ISPConfig 3.2 is the next generation of our hosting control panel. Today we publish the final version of ISPConfig 3.2.

What’s new?

The new version comes with a lot of new features and bug fixes. Here are a few highlights:

– Added support for CentOS 8 and Ubuntu 20.04
– Important: We are going to drop support for Courier in the future. Please convert your setup to Dovecot.

– Terminated TLSv1 and TLSv1.1 support
– Support for requesting a Let’s Encrypt certificate for the panel, Postfix, Dovecot, and Pure-FTPd on install/upgrade
– Dropdowns for domains are not prefilled anymore
– Client protection (also known as admin protection) can now be disabled under System -> Main config
– Almost all strings can now be translated
– Added a lot of translations from several contributors.
– Fixed some visual issues

– As the APS project is dead, we removed APS from our panel
– HTTP/2 will be enabled for all websites if your software supports it
– When a directive snippet is changed under System -> Directive Snippets, all sites using the snippet will be updated
– You can view the dependent alias- / subdomains for a website
– A lot of new backup functions:
– New backup formats for web files and database: TAR, RAR, 7z, zip
– Backups can be encrypted
– You can run a backup manually from the interface
– Note: we changed some important things in the vhost.conf.master. If you use a custom one, please update it.
– Added support for GoAccess
– Improved handling of chrooted users
– Update existing Jails automatically via cronjob

– The autoresponder start and stop dates are now optional
– You can configure a purge for emails in the junk and trash folders that are older than X days
– Move spam emails to junk is now enabled by default for new mailboxes
– A lot of functions from the mailbox settings are now available for mail users as well

– Algorithm 13 is the new default for signing zones. To migrate your existing signed zones, see:
– The records tab is now the first tab
– You can now use @ and * as hostname for DNS records
– Renamed the CAA record for Comodo to “Sectigo / Comodo CA”
– New record types: SSHFP and DNAME
– CAA, SSHFP, and DNAME records can now be added through the API
– Added a function to hide the BIND version to external users

– The Let’s Encrypt log has been made available in the interface under Monitor -> Let’s Encrypt log

– We merged the “Password and Language” and “Interface” tab

– Fixed the layout of the language editor
– Added SSL support for the apps virtual host

Fixed security issues:
– Restricted symlink use to the owner of the webroot (for Nginx users)
– Disabled automatic indexing for Apache sites
– Fixed an issue where resellers were able to create clients with more rights than themself
– Blocked a function which could be used to bypass traffic quota

Plus many smaller changes and improvements under the hood.

You can see the full changelog here:

Known issues

Please take a look at the bug tracker:[]=Bug

You can report bugs at

Supported Linux Distributions

– Debian 9 – 10 and Debian testing (recommended)
– Ubuntu 16.04 — LTS – 20.04 LTS (recommended)
– CentOS 7 – 8

Download ISPConfig 3.2

The installation instructions for ISPConfig can be found here:

How can I update to the 3.2 final version?

You can update to ISPConfig 3.2 by using the command. We provide a detailed update guide here:

Manual update instructions

In case you need to run the update manually without using, use the manual download procedure below:

Run the following commands as root user on your ISPConfig server.

cd /tmp
tar xvfz ISPConfig-3.2.tar.gz
cd ispconfig3_install/install
php -q update.php