Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes, Ruby support improvements, and performance improvements (experimental).
Release Notes: This release fixed some minor bugs of milter manager itself and improved Ruby milter package. The Ruby milter package now provides a full set milter API. A full spec milter can be written with Ruby with the Ruby milter package provided as mitler manager's sub package.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug that caused statistics to not be logged.
Release Notes: This is the first release of a new stable series. This release includes many bug fixes and new features, such as fixing memory leaks. New features include an API for developing a milter with Ruby, speed increases, Munin support, and Solaris support.
Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release. This release fixes a bug in which the socket group isn't affected when both effective user and socket group are specified.
Release Notes: This release is minor bugfix release on the stable line. It includes bugfixes on evaluation mode. It's recommended that 1.4.0 users who use evaluation mode upgrade to 1.4.1. There is another improvement for CentOS users. This release bundles Ruby/GLib2 for fallback, so you don't need to install Ruby/GLib2 manually.
Release Notes: This is a stable release. Users should upgrade to this version. This version has many bugfixes, new features, more milter support improvements (including milter-greylist), OpenDKIM, etc., and more platform support, including Debian GNU/Linux and EPEL. One new highlight is "evaluation mode". In evaluation mode, milter manager ignores child milter results, but logs them. Statistic reports can be generated from logged results, evaluating a milter without affecting the existing mail system.
Release Notes: This stable release has three major changes. The range of supported software and platforms was increased. For example, ClamAV 0.95, ENMA, and Momonga Linux are supported. The statistics graphs show more useful data. For example, milter application results are shown, used anti-spam ways are shown, graphs are generated per milter, and so on. Many bugs were fixed, making milter manager more robust.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release of milter manager. This release includes many documents (man, introduction, install manual, reference manual, and recommended configurations) and useful default configurations. This release also includes .deb and .rpm packages.