Release Notes: A PostgreSQL storage driver was added. The entire API has been rewritten. Support was added for domain-name based groups. Real-time debugging flags were added. A few minor bugs related to SQL-based storage drivers were fixed. A few aesthetic enhancements were added to message output.
Release Notes: The agent classification output was improved to include the username, result, probability, and confidence in MIME format. Support for broken MTAs like Exchange that pass messages with CTRL-Ms was added (use --enable-broken-mta), and a training loop buffering feature was added to the command line to set the sedation level of tokens during the initial training loop. Support for Web mail was added, which disables signatures entirely and allows pristine message training. Some minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The user interface was completely rewritten. Many API enhancements and changes were made, and many features were moved to the command line and out of configure-time. Some tools, including dspam_clean, were rewritten, and many functional enhancements such as signature processing were made.
Release Notes: Runtime arguments were added for training mode. training_mode was added to DSPAM context. The --help argument was added. A bug in TOE was fixed. A division-by-zero bug in dspam.cgi was fixed.
Release Notes: Special characters are now escaped when calling the LDA. A bug where source addresses were misreported with immature corpuses was fixed. A compile-time warning for DSPAM tools was fixed. The headers were cleaned up so that developers only need to include libdspam.h to link to libdspam. Support for Train-on-Mature training mode was added. Support for header-based signatures was added. The string "--" may now be used to terminate a userlist. The post-training features threshold was dropped to 2500.
Release Notes: This release implements TuM (Train-until-Mature) training mode for less volatile metadata changes. It improves header management for developers so that only libdspam.h must be referenced, adds support for header-based signatures for users who wish to bounce messages to quarantine, and includes some minor bugfixes and command line improvements.
Release Notes: A bug that caused DSPAM to dump core in Solaris when multiple local recipients were specified was corrected.
Release Notes: This stable release provides many new features, including Bayesian Noise Reduction, Neural Networking, Automatic Whitelisting, Global Filtering, Train-on-Error Support, and several new tool enhancements. Other improvements include MySQL optimizations and client compression, Postfix documentation, domain filesystem support, long username support, enhanced CGI, Streamlined Blackhole List support, many filtering and accuracy enhancements, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs, implements optional automated whitelisting functionality, overhauls the MySQL purge script, and makes some additional minor aesthetic enhancements.