Version 2.72 of MIMEDefang

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Release Notes: This is purely a cleanup and bugfix release. Major fixes include better startup handling to avoid a race between startup of MIMEDefang and Sendmail, and better handling of long responses from scanners so the master/slave communication protocol does not become desynchronized.

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  •  27 May 2013 22:31
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Release Notes: A new "action_add_entity" function allows you to add a pre-built MIME::Entity to the message. A new "load1" command shows the load in a more convenient format than the older "load" command. Additionally, "watch-multiple-mimedefangs.tcl" takes advantage of load1 to display load graphs in a more useful format. Finally, quite a few Perl deprecations, bugs, and documentation errors were fixed.

  •  23 Jan 2012 23:31
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Release Notes: This release contains three new features. A new -G option causes files created by mimedefang to be group-readable and sockets to be group-readable/writable. The multiplexor snoops in on communications and saves the Sendmail queue-ID for logging purposes. It logs the queue ID when logging a slave's STDERR. Finally, MIMEDefang passes along the client port number, server IP address, and server port number to all filter functions. In addition to the three new features, there are several minor bugfixes.

  •  20 Jul 2011 22:00
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Release Notes: This is purely a cleanup and bugfix release. Major fixes include better startup handling to avoid a race between startup of MIMEDefang and Sendmail, and better handling of long responses from scanners so the master/slave communication protocol does not become desynchronized.

  •  24 Jun 2010 21:42
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Release Notes: This fixes just one bug in 2.69 and earlier versions: The embedded Perl code did not call PERL_SET_CONTEXT after forking, which resulted in strange behavior in the scanning code.

  •  16 Jun 2010 22:37
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Release Notes: This release contains mostly minor cleanups and bugfixes. However, a new "-y" option for mimedefang-multiplexor allows you to limit the number of concurrent "recipok" commands on a per-domain basis. This can avoid a DoS situation if one domain has a slow or down SMTP call-ahead server.

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