Release Notes: bogofilter can now use Berkeley DB's transactional mode for database integrity/durability and better concurrency. bogofilter can now also use SQLite 3.2.0 to store its tokens in a robust, easy-to-maintain, but slightly slower database. bogofilter now defaults to tri-state classification (Spam/Ham/Unsure instead of Yes/No). The QDBM database driver was switched to use B+ trees for better performance. The documentation has been improved.
Release Notes: The Berkeley DB store allows run-time choice of transactional (TXN) vs. classic (default) mode, with auto-detection for existing databases. Option and filename processing is more consistent now. bogoutil has new options. The new options and the bf_* scripts help to maintain TXN databases. The SQLite driver supports byte-swapped use. Usability improvements were made on Solaris. Lots of bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: New database maintenance options for bogoutil have been added. Portability fixes for Berkeley DB 3.1/3.2, OS/2 have been made. SQLite3 3.0.8 or newer is now supported.
Release Notes: This version uses one transaction for all reads, to ensure proper atomicity and isolation. It can also be compiled for Berkeley DB support without transactions. It adds a username formatting option, and a "remove environment" parameter.
Release Notes: An ignore list capability was added. Support for Robinson's ESF (effective size factor) added. bogoutil has a new -u option to handle wordlist upgrades. The subnet prefix was changed from "url:" to "ip:". The contrib/ scripts are now compatible with sh. The "%I" format string option was added for logging the originating IP address. Tons of bugfixes and documentation updates were made.
Release Notes: A variety of defects (mostly minor) have been corrected. Some new options have been added. This release builds and works on a wider variety of platforms: OS/2, AIX, and OS X in particular. There are additional scripts in the config directory and additional configuration files for maildrop and procmail. The documentation has been corrected, updated, and expanded.
Release Notes: Changes in this version include additional portability fixes, minor enhancements to the "-m" option to enhance testing of different parameter values, and some minor documentation corrections.
Release Notes: Bogofilter has switched its default algorithm to Robinson-Fisher, changed the -S and -N options to mean "unregister" (now the exact opposite of -s and -n), and received improvements to HTML comment discarding. The -l option was split into -l and -L tag for portability. There have been efficiency changes in database access and memory use in passthrough mode when the input is a regular file. The manual pages now contain the proper path to bogofilter.cf.