Release Notes: Some significant bugfixes related to accuracy and the hash driver backend were made.
Release Notes: Many bugs have been fixed from beta 1. Enhancements have been made to the PostgreSQL driver. Documentation for building on OS X has been added. Full preference functionality has been added. A corpus maker tool has been added.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed where the statisticalSedation preference was never read into the analysis engine, giving the impression of poor filtering for users who tried to change it or systems where the default was set incorrectly.
Release Notes: A development bug which caused some messages to fail in retraining was fixed. A test case was deployed for Bayesian Noise Reduction v2.0, implementing pattern layering. Fixes from cvs-stable were merged.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.