Release Notes: This release adds bugfixes for the delete_spam utility, cc_fields, strip_quotes, attachment filenames with Unicode characters, and get_sender_info. It adds support for cc_black_list, Trac 1.1, BloodHound (Beta), and new Trac Agilo installations. run_email2trac now reports errors to syslog instead of stdout.
Release Notes: A UnicodeDecodeError when checking attachment filenames was fixed. Trac installations in a virtual environment are now supported by configure or command line options. Trac Agilo installations can now be enabled with a command line option.
Release Notes: Adds support for trac version 1.0.
Release Notes: This release adds several new options for stripping signatures and quotes. On Windows, email attachments were not attached to the ticket. The license has changed to the Apache License 2.0.
Release Notes: Blog improvements were made for attachments and inline properties. Two new parameters were added for the white_list: white_list_registered_users and white_list_file.
Release Notes: This release adds Astaro firewall spam handling, blog improvements, and a fix for an incorrectly encoded subject line for the mailto link.
Release Notes: This release enhances run_email2trac to support supplementary groups (initgroups). It fixes an error in parsing the From address. The email address was wrong if the email name contained a charset definition. Allows regular expressions for recipient_list (multiple to addresses).
Release Notes: Text/plain attachments that are not specified as 'inline' are now attached to tickets. All to-addresses are now used when checking against recipient_list.
Release Notes: All workflows are processed, not only the default trac workflow. Workflow is now enabled for new tickets and ticket updates. Trac has a problem with attachments with long filenames in the native language. The temporary solution is to truncate the filename to less then NAME_MAX for the OS on which it is running. Support for trac 0.13 was added.
Release Notes: An error in setting up the logging environment for Windows OSes was fixed. The time format for subject mapping was wrong (ticket_update_by_subject), so all tickets matched. This was converted to use microseconds instead of seconds.