Release Notes: Support for MySQL 5.5 has been added. Support for MySQL < 5.0 has been dropped. The license has been changed from the GPLv2 to the AGPLv3. There are many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has many fixes, documentation updates, code cleanups, and other changes. If you are running any of the older RC, BETA or ALPHA releases then you can just upgrade to this release. There are no compatibility issues compared to older ALPHA or older BETA or RC releases. Users using DSPAM 3.8.0 or older can upgrade by following the steps mentioned in the UPGRADING file.
Release Notes: This release fixes most stability issues found in older releases. This release has more robust character decoding, HTML mail processing, memory handling, storage engines, SBPH/OSB tokenizing, and much more.
Release Notes: This is an unofficial release, but significant. Several significant bugfixes have been made. Bill Yerazunis' Orthogonal Sparse Bigram (OSB) tokenizer algorithm has been added. The code has been significantly optimized to run much faster and with fewer resources.
Release Notes: This release includes critical bugfixes for PostgreSQL and LDAP users.
Release Notes: This version is a maintenance release and contains several bugfixes.
Release Notes: Fixes a critical bug when using MySQLUIDInSignature, which caused crashing. Phases out legacy tools and deprecates Berkeley DB drivers. Other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Several bugfixes have been made. Support for MySQL clustering has been added. SQL tuning to the PostgreSQL scripts has been done. Many improvements and fixes were made to the Web UI.
Release Notes: Noticeable performance improvements have been made. Accuracy improvements have been made, reducing false positives, but the filter will need to relearn for a little while, resulting in a temporary drop in accuracy for upgrades. The dspam_train tool was added for pretraining and testing. Many minor bugfixes have been made. Many minor enhancements to WebUI have been made.
Release Notes: Significant improvements to accuracy and modest performance improvements have been made to this distribution, and all users running 3.6 should upgrade immediately to enjoy the benefits. Several bugfixes have also been made, including errors regarding "No TrustedDeliveryAgent configured", malformatted parsing of some usernames when using ChangeUserOnParse, a memory leak found in Bayesian Noise Reduction, and LDAP connection leakage. The dspam_logrotate tool has also been enhanced to support multiple mailboxes.