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  •  03 Jun 2003 07:46

Release Notes: A bug in the locking mechanism of the included tools was corrected. This bug could possibly lead to dictionary corruption.

  •  12 May 2003 15:22

Release Notes: A bug was fixed that caused headers to be ignored whenever reversing an email that was stored as a raw message. Support for embedded boundary recognition has been added, adding compatibility with clients using these (such as Eudora) when special formatting is enabled. A purge tool has been added to purge old, useless tokens from user's databases. Changes have been made to the documentation and makefile for an easier install. A looping bug in the locking mechanism has been fixed. Other minor bugfixes and enhancements were also made.

  •  11 May 2003 16:46

Release Notes: This release includes a makefile for FreeBSD, a new locking mechanism to prevent possible quarantine box and database corruption of heavy-traffic users, some minor bugfixes and code enhancements, token joins (e.g., 'V I A G R A' is no longer ignored, but is read as VIAGRA), filtering enhancements (to prevent less junk in each user's dictionary), debugging enhancements, and a fix for procmail users.

  •  08 May 2003 03:11

Release Notes: A bug that caused words broken up by comments to be misread was fixed. Additional HTML filtering was added, along with better support for multiple destination users and additional memory operation optimizations. libdb4 and zlib are now used.

  •  24 Apr 2003 10:49

Release Notes: A small fix has been made to the Linux makefile (-ldb -> -ldb1). Lines beginning with 'From' are prefixed when writing to the quarantine box. A bug that resulted in caught spam messages never showing up in the quarantine box has been fixed (they were lacking the initial "From").


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