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  •  01 Nov 2004 11:53
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    Release Notes: Bugs causing duplicate keys in the MySQL driver have been fixed. Bugs in the SQLite driver causing crashing during cleanup have been fixed. A workaround for older versions of PostgreSQL without PQfreemem() has been added. Problems with handling of PGP-signed messages have been fixed. Miscellaneous memory leaks and other bugs have been fixed.

    •  22 Oct 2004 14:26
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      Release Notes: A SQLite storage driver has been added. Windows build support has been added. A central dspam.conf configuration file in now used to configure most operations. Sparse Binary Polynomial Hashing has been added. A preferences extension API has been added, allowing the storage of preferences in some databases. An attributes API has been added to libdspam, allowing developers to configure the storage driver and other options internally. Many other enhancements and bugfixes have been made.

      •  15 Oct 2004 18:35
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        Release Notes: The last development release of 3.2 prior to stable. Improvements have been made to the PostgreSQL driver to increase speed 500%. MySQL 4.1+ enhanced scripts have been added. Many bugfixes have been made. Storage profiles have been added for distributed support.

        •  08 Oct 2004 06:05
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          Release Notes: All bugs from the first release candidate have been fixed. Autogen support for FreeBSD has been added. Many additional features have been moved into dspam.conf, which is now auto-generated at build time. More granular debugging options are now available. Many enhancements have been made to the PostgreSQL storage driver. An unlearn-on-fail functionality has been added. There are many features and much code has been cleaned up.

          •  02 Oct 2004 14:19
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            Release Notes: A central dspam.conf file has been created to house most of DSPAM's configuration. libdspam has been made thread-safe. An attributes API has been added. The original message encoding is now preserved when used with header-based signatures. The libdspam API now allows open database handles to be attached.

            •  29 Sep 2004 07:42
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              Release Notes: This release implements a centralized dspam.conf configuration file. SQLite support has been finalized. An attributes API has been added to libdspam, as has an option to ignore specific headers generated by other applications. Some minor bugfixes and other miscellaneous enhancements have been made.

              •  22 Sep 2004 23:07
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                Release Notes: Sparse Binary Polynomial Hashing support has been added. A preferences extensions API has been added to store preferences in MySQL or PostgreSQL. A Win32 build supplement has been added. Many additional preferences have been added. Factoring tokens can now be included in email headers. The CGI has a facelift. Many other enhancements and bugfixes to the software and storage drivers have been made.

                •  06 Sep 2004 14:02
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                  Release Notes: Miscellaneous bugfixes have been added. A Sparse Binary Polynomial Hashing tokenizer method was added. Many performance improvements were made to the PostgreSQL driver.

                  •  20 Aug 2004 18:09
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                    Release Notes: This release fixes various memory leaks. A bug causing negative values to be present in totals when using merged groups has been fixed. Issues with the PostgreSQL driver have been addressed by casting smallints so that indexes are not ignored. Minor CGI fixes have been made. An X-DSPAM-Factors field has been added to email messages containing the tokens and values of the determining factors in a message. Opt-in and Opt-out options have been added to preferences.

                    •  30 Jul 2004 17:59
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                      Release Notes: Additional preferences have been added. A preferences extension API and MySQL support have been added to store preferences in the database. Many enhancements to Bayesian Noise Reduction have been made. The Web interface has been given a facelift. A new delivery summary option has been added. TOE training has been enhanced to kick in immediately. Automatic whitelisting headers have been added. Trusted user security has been enhanced. Many other enhancements have been made. Many bugfixes have been made.

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