Release Notes: Optionally in dccm, and by default in dccifd in proxy mode, this release will temporarily reject SMTP recipients that might be forced to have spam discarded instead of rejected because it must be delivered to other recipients. /var/dcc/libexec/updatedcc should automagically fetch, build, and install this version, unless you have installed a version of Linux with the broken default `sort` collating sequence since last upgrading. If so, an easy way to get the old updatedcc script working is to delete the entire /var/dcc/build/dcc directory before running updatedcc.
Release Notes: The CGI scripts used for maintaining whitelists were improved. Many other changes were made.
Release Notes: This version uses Dccifd as a Postfix before-queue filter. There are IPv6 fixes.
Release Notes: Added the ability to consult DNS blacklists.
Release Notes: Crashes on 64-bit AMD processors have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release works around a new bug in the FreeBSD 4.10 mechanism to disconnect UDP sockets. The symptom of the bug is that DCC servers appear down to clients running on FreeBSD 4.10.
Release Notes: WSACleanup() is now invoked after using WSAStartup() on Windows systems.
Release Notes: Mac OS/X support is complete (or nearly so).
Release Notes: An infinite loop that occurred with clients computing checksums of large, deeply nested MIME messages was fixed. The updatedcc program should automatically fetch, build, and install this version.
Release Notes: DCC filtering by dccm and dccifd can now be controlled with "option" lines in whiteclnt files.