Apple has released a point update to its Mac OS X Server software, as noted in a recently posted
Apple Knowledge Base document.
Billed by Apple as “an industrial-strength server with Macintosh ease of use,” Mac OS X Server is built on the same core technology that’s included with Mac OS X itself. The server package includes a variety of Internet and Web serving, file sharing, printing and networking services all into one package.
The new version, Mac OS X Server 10.1.4, is available in the form of a 440K update. The update delivers improvements to Mail services running on Mac OS X Server. Enhancements include improved SMTP relay exchange for sending mail to certain mail servers, and the ability for mail to be delivered from remote hosts which do not specify a name.
In order to use the new update, you’ll need to have Mac OS X Server 10.1.3 installed.