This guide is quite short and we think you’ll find the upgrade from 1.4 to 1.5 quite painless. We encourage reading full history and comparing the full differences between the versions you are upgrading from and to.
If you find details which are not covered here, please discuss it using the “Discuss” button above, or if you have something super important, open a pull-request to this article using the “Edit on GitHub” button above!
If you’re migrating from a version of Meteor older than Meteor 1.4, there may be important considerations not listed in this guide (which specifically covers 1.4 to 1.5). Please review the older migration guides for details:
MAIL_URLshould be reviewed
Due to an upgrade in the underlying dependency for the
MAIL_URL is using the correct scheme (e.g.
Previously, Meteor would automatically assume that any
MAIL_URL using port 465 was to be encrypted and automatically changed
smtps://. However, this is not always desired, and not always a safe assumption for Meteor.
MAIL_URL is TLS/SSL-only (and does not need
STARTTLS), be sure that the
MAIL_URL starts with
smtps:// and not just
Again, generally speaking, this applies to applications whose
MAIL_URL already includes
:465. If an application’s mail provider supports
STARTTLS (i.e. if the
:587 and sometimes
:25), the application can continue to use
smtp:// (without the
s) and the TLS/SSL upgrade will be made by the mail server, if supported.
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