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  •  22 Jul 2004 17:00
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    Release Notes: A bug in the field names generated by dspam_2sql has been fixed. The 2500 message threshold for TOE-mode training has been removed (TOE kicks in immediately now). The CGI uses a configure.pl for centralized configuration. The Bayesian Noise Reduction algorithm has been rewritten/cleaned up (upgraded to 1.2). A bug where the signature would get appended after an HTML close tag, causing some email clients to drop the signature, has been fixed. There are miscellaneous fixes to purge SQL.

    •  12 Jul 2004 16:59
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      Release Notes: SQLite support has been added. A Win32 build supplement has been added. The Web interface has been given a facelift. A preferences extensions API has been added, allowing preferences to be stored in the database if the driver supports it. Many enhancements and bugfixes have been made to storage drivers. Automatic whitelisting is now shown in message headers. Additional end-user preferences have been added. Many other new features have also been added.

      •  05 Jul 2004 16:15
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        Release Notes: A build supplement for Win32 was added. Transactional support for the Postgres storage driver was added, improving performance. A bug that broke domain-scale filesystems in dspam.cgi was fixed.

        •  29 Jun 2004 18:01
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          Release Notes: A crashing problem with certain email messages containing blank message parts has been fixed. A bug in spam-subject functionality causing the Subject to be truncated and tags to be duplicated has been fixed. SQLite-format dump functionality has been added to dspam_dump, allowing easy migration to SQLite.

          •  27 Jun 2004 05:53
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            Release Notes: This version has a rewrite of the locking mechanisms in Berkeley DB 3 and 4 drivers to use fcntl locking instead of the broken dbenv locking.

            •  25 Jun 2004 17:33
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              Release Notes: An SQLite driver has been added. Many aesthetic enhancements have been made to the CGI interface. Some minor bugfixes were also made.

              •  14 Jun 2004 16:12
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                Release Notes: Several major enhancements were made, and many interfaces were completely redesigned, including the command-line interface and libdspam API. Enhancements include the addition of a PostgreSQL storage driver, support for Gary Robinson's algorithms (Chi-Square, Geometric Mean, P-Values Calculation), Train-until-Mature training mode, Merged Groups, Tunable Dampening, and many other new features.

                •  04 Jun 2004 15:17
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                  Release Notes: Automatic Whitelisting has been fixed to work with TOE-mode training. The MySQL delay_key_write option has been removed due to a bug in MySQL causing corruption. A problem with graphs falling below zero has been fixed. Man pages and pkgconfig files have been added. System activity logging has been added. An administrative suite has been added for reporting system-wide activity. Header parsing has been added, allowing the To: header to be parsed when spam is reported, eliminating the need for multiple aliases.

                  •  31 May 2004 14:54
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                    Release Notes: The CGI interface has been completely redesigned to feature graphs, historical logging, and user preferences. Support for process profiling has been added. Support for Sun's Pro C compiler has been added.

                    •  25 May 2004 14:22
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                      Release Notes: A significant amount of Gary Robinson's research has been added, including support for Fisher-Robinson's Inverse Chi-Square function, Robinson's Technique for Combining P-Values, and Robinson's Geometric Mean Test. Some minor bugs have also been fixed.

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