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 VPOP3 version 5-6 use PostgreSQL 9.1 as the database backend. PostgreSQL 9.1 was marked EOL (End-of-life) in September 2016. It still works fine, so there will be no problems continuing to use it in VPOP3 versions 5-6, but we decided to use a later version of PostgreSQL in later versions of VPOP3, both for continuing support & bugfixes and for newer features that are available in later versions of PostgreSQL. VPOP3 version 5-6 use PostgreSQL 9.1 as the database backend. PostgreSQL 9.1 was marked EOL (End-of-life) in September 2016. It still works fine, so there will be no problems continuing to use it in VPOP3 versions 5-6, but we decided to use a later version of PostgreSQL in later versions of VPOP3, both for continuing support & bugfixes and for newer features that are available in later versions of PostgreSQL.
  
-So, VPOP3 version 7 uses PostgreSQL 9.5 as the database backend. (We chose not to use 9.6 because that is too new)+So, VPOP3 version 7 uses PostgreSQL 9.5 as the database backend. (We chose not to use 9.6 because that was too new when VPOP3 v7.0 was released)
  
 You cannot just replace the executable files to upgrade PostgreSQL. You need to upgrade the database files as well. You cannot just replace the executable files to upgrade PostgreSQL. You need to upgrade the database files as well.
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