While someone could rightly suggest that each of these might belong in an individual post, or that each item should just be put into the tracker, someone else could easily get annoyed with a lot of posts on related topics. So I'm putting everything here for cherry-picking and comment. I'll create tickets for whatever seems to be of value. All items numbered for reference. Thanks for your time. Email Domain list 1) Display the numeric ID of the domain in a column or on mouse-over. Reason: When looking in the file system it's not easy to find the backup for a domain_user because the backup files are saved with ID numbers which are not immediately visible in the UI. Email Domain maintenance 2) Display the numeric ID of the domain in the information area. Reason: Same as 1, not necessary with 1. 3) Ability to set defaults for Trash Days, Junk Days, Backup Interval, Backup Copies Reason: We need to remember the policy and enter it manually for each new client. OR ... where is the default stored, and is it already available in the UI somewhere? 4) Ability to reset values for all mailboxes for a specific domain to current defaults. Reason: When there is a policy change a domain (or global) reset can eliminate manual effort. Mailbox list 5) Ability to sort by domain Reason: Current sort by username is not helpful. We can filter on domain and then sort by user, but that's not always ideal. 6) Display the numeric ID of the mailbox in a column or on mouse-over. Reason: Same as above. The website list shows the site ID. I'd like to see the display of IDs in column 1 as a standard in all lists. 7) Add fields to table: Purge Trash Days, Purge Junk Days, Backup Interval, Backup Copies, last backup date Reason: Helps to find any mailbox that is not set properly. 8) Add button to clear filters and refresh list Reason: Filter fields need to be manually cleared. That's primitive. 9) Wider column for Email address. Reason: Field is unreasonably small. This can be handled in a custom theme but is being requested for core. 10) Wider column for Autoresponder column header Reason: Aesthetics - column is scrunched. 11) Ability to select items in list/table. Reason: See 12. 12) Ability to set values for selected items: Trash Days, Junk Days, Backup Interval, Backup Copies Reason: Similar to 4 but not as global. This can help to set a per-domain policy. Mailbox maintenance 13) Display the numeric ID of the (maildomain and) mailbox. Reason: Same as 2, not necessary with 6. It's just surprising to me that a field as simple as the ID isn't displayed. Email alias list 14) Ability to sort by domain Reason: Same as 5. 15) Display greylist check value (yes/no). Reason: Just as helpful as Active value which is displayed. 16) Add button to clear filters and refresh list Reason: Same as 8. 17) Ability to select items in list table. Reason: See 11, 12, 18. 18) Ability to toggle fields in selected items: Active, Greylist. Reason: Eliminates need to edit each record. Email Spamfilter white/black list (per user/recipient) 19) Display the numeric ID of the global_wblist_nn.conf in a column or on mouse-over. Reason: Helps to find .conf file in file system. 20) The priority in the UI is 1-10. Change to allow simple integer value. Reason: When set, the actual value saved is 20 plus the displayed number (5>25, 7>27). Per Rspamd doc, any positive integer is valid, higher numbers are higher priority. I understand that ISPConfig is just asserting a high priority for us. I don't see a good reason to disguise this as a value limited from 1 to 10. I think the UI and/or doc should suggest higher values, but it should be up to the admin to choose values in whatever range fit the site-specific needs. The change from the display value to a different internal value is also unnecessarily confusing. Email Spamfilter white/black list - and - Spamfilter User/Domain 21) Add mailbox users to filter lists based on policy inherited from domain. Reason: If a mailbox/user has Spamfilter set to "Inherit from domain", and the domain spamfilter is "Normal", the user does not show in the list for Spamfilter recipients - and does not show in the User/Domain list of Spamfilter Users. The user must have the filter explicitly set to Normal for the user to appear in the Spamfilter white/black user dropdown list or in the table of spamfilter users. Email Global white/black list (all domains/users) 22) On saving a Global filter, the operation to create the global_wblist_n.conf file is queued and processed as it should. But the queue notification at the top of the page is not displayed. Spamfilters (general) 23) Consider a third maintenance page for filters, one that allows more complete usage of rules. This might eventually replace user/domain and global filter maintenenance pages. Reason: The Rspamd spec any allows for multiple instances of the same attribute, as well as regex, and comparison of user OR domain parts of from/rcpt. Valid attributes also include ip and headers. The current filter UIs don't allow for full usage of the current features. System / Server Config / Web maintenance (or System / Main Config / System Config) 24) Mail: Ability to set defaults for Trash Days, Junk Days, Backup Interval, Backup Copies Reason: Avoid manual edit of configuration. (Does this already exist?) Related to 3 and 7. 25) Sites: Ability to set defaults for Backup Interval, Backup Copies Reason: Same as 24. Sites/Website list 25) Display a Let's Encrypt Yes/No column Reason: Quick visual confirmation of SSL. 26) Add fields to table: Backup Interval, Backup Copies, last backup date Reason: Quick visual confirmation of backups. 27) Add ability to set Backup Interval and Copies for selected sites. Reason: See 17 and 18. Tabs and pages 28) Back button has undesirable behaviours. Email tab > Email Mailbox list > enter a Mailbox Click Back : The browser leaves the ISPConfig page entirely. I'd prefer for it to go back up one level, like the Cancel button. I understand the challenges of the Back button and that there is a difference between browser/webpage navigation and navigation within an application. There are solutions to the problem. 29) Inconsistency in Tabs/pages, and back button. Issue is reproduced as follows: - Click Sites tab, then Website sidebar item, note the site list. - Click Email tab. - Click Sites tab, note still on the website list. - Click Subdomain (Vhost) sidebar item, note the subdomain/vhost list. - Click Email tab. - Click Sites tab, note still on the subdomain/vhost list. - Click Subdomain for website sidebar item … I have no data in this list. - Click Email tab. - Click Sites tab, it goes back to the subdomain/vhost list, not actually the last sub-page. - Click Alias for website sidebar item. - Click Email tab. - Click Sites tab, it goes back to the subdomain/vhost list, which is the last page for which there was data. - Click the Website sidebar item. - Click Alias for website sidebar item … I have no data in this list. - Click Email tab. - Click Sites tab. It goes back to the website list, which is the last page for which there was data. I believe it would be more consistent when clicking on the Sites tab to always go back to the last tab, not just the last one that displayed data. OR, always go to the website list. Similar inconsistencies are experienced in the System config navigation with the Back button. 30) There is no 30. Thanks!!!