Version 4.6.3 of getmail

Release Notes: A regression was fixed in which spurious errors were thrown when the required multidrop retriever parameter "envelope_recipient" was not present in the getmailrc file. A regression was fixed in which getmail_fetch no longer properly supported external MDAs because of problems parsing the arguments to them. getmail's handling of regular expressions in the "locals" parameter of MultiSorter destination was change to allow it to handle backslashes correctly. Unfortunately, this means complicating the configuration syntax slightly. Filters were updated to use new configuration code. Obsolete code was removed.

Other releases

  •  19 Mar 2013 12:52

    Release Notes: A bug that could crop up when retrieving mail via IMAP from Gmail, and the Gmail servers provided weird data in their header extensions was fixed.

    •  09 Sep 2012 17:47

      Release Notes: This version retrieves Gmail metadata (labels, thread ID, message ID) via an IMAP extension and records it in new message headers, so it is available to filters or for the user's reference.

      •  21 Jun 2012 22:05

      Release Notes: This release fixes two bugs introduced in 4.29.0: one where BrokenUIDLPOP3Retriever would fail with a TypeError at logout time, and the other where deleted mail was not being expunged from the last (or only) folder retrieved from in an IMAP session.

      •  20 Jun 2012 21:21

      Release Notes: Updates old contact information for the Free Software Foundation. Fixes incorrect character encoding in plain text documentation. Ensures getmail exits non-zero if a server refuses login due to a credential problem.

      •  20 May 2012 18:32

      Release Notes: Makes the use of IMAP BODY.PEEK configurable. Sets the IMAP retriever parameter 'use_peek' to False to disable the use of PEEK to get getmail's historical IMAP behaviour.

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