Release Notes: A bug which caused a very rare segfault was corrected. pwent support was added to dspam_genaliases. The notrain training mode has been modified to omit a DSPAM signature.
Release Notes: The configure scripts were updated to build with more recent versions of autoconf. Some bugfixes were made to the MySQL and PostgreSQL storage drivers. The default $DSPAM_HOME was moved to /var/dspam. Individual user data is now stored in $DSPAM_HOME/data.
Release Notes: This release adds a feature to put [SPAM] in the subject header instead of quarantining messages. It fixes several bugs, including one which resulted in silent training failures, one which broke signed messages, and one which allowed corpusfed spams to be delivered.
Release Notes: This release fixes a critical bug in the PostgreSQL driver which caused SQL errors, invalid operations, pestilence, and famine.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features, such as global merged groups, training enhancements, and a redesigned command-line interface.
Release Notes: Support was added for merged groups, where a global group is merged at run-time with the user's own training data. Header tokenization problems were fixed. Messages with empty bodies are now processed rather than fail-over delivered. The "notrain" training mode was added, which processes messages without training. A few minor bugs were corrected.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Totaling problems with classification and global groups have been fixed. There is a fix for dspam_stats to identify individual users, fixes for Solaris/BDB builds, and a fix for a problem where classify output would be printed using the TOE and --stdout options together. Support has been added for multi-part/encrypted messages. There are tweaks to PostgreSQL driver. Training issues with global groups have been fixed. Users won't be dynamically created on a classify. A human-readable patch has been added to dspam_stats.
Release Notes: A bug causing SQL driver users to register hits below zero, a bug causing false positives when using global groups, and a bug causing an empty signature to be created on a classification catch have been fixed.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, including one that caused signatures to be NULL and another that caused global users classification to misbehave. PostgreSQL driver patches were included, and additional enhancements including exclamation point support, feature abbreviations on the command line, and an X-DSPAM-Confidence header were made. The TuM maturity level was increased to 50 messages. The CGI now supports the domain-scale filesystem. Headers are now delivered with their original encodings, and a button was added to submit all checked false positives in the CGI.